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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-29-2019, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
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Are my clutch plates done for

Been having some issues and clutch is my number one suspect I got all the plates in my hand I just am not sure what good and bad plates look like are these shot?
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Surface of basket has some scratches does it need to be replaced?
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It definitely looks very well worn, not seeing the major discoloring on the steels that I expected to see though. The spots that you circled look like some debris was in there, anything present in the clutch beside oil will cause issues.

Can you get some pictures of the basket and inner hub? Slight grooves can be filed out, deep grooves would require new parts.

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Hard for me to tell in the pics how much fiber is left on those. And those dings in the steel plates are odd...

Looks like an aftermarket clutch basket to me. Unless the fingers are all grooved up then im sure its fine.

Quick question, what kind of oil are you using?

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It definitely looks very well worn, not seeing the major discoloring on the steels that I expected to see though. The spots that you circled look like some debris was in there, anything present in the clutch beside oil will cause issues.

Can you get some pictures of the basket and inner hub? Slight grooves can be filed out, deep grooves would require new parts.
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They're cheap. Replace them!
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Hard for me to tell in the pics how much fiber is left on those. And those dings in the steel plates are odd...

Looks like an aftermarket clutch basket to me. Unless the fingers are all grooved up then im sure its fine.

Quick question, what kind of oil are you using?

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It definitely looks very well worn, not seeing the major discoloring on the steels that I expected to see though. The spots that you circled look like some debris was in there, anything present in the clutch beside oil will cause issues.

Can you get some pictures of the basket and inner hub? Slight grooves can be filed out, deep grooves would require new parts.
Hello everybody, nobody was replying to this thread so I Havent checked it in a few days. So i bought this quad about 3 weeks ago from a guy who had it sitting for 3 years. Its in beautiful condition for a 2003 and I was having loads of fun for the first 2 weeks and then it just started giving me a little issue so I've been going through and doing everything to it to get it on tip top shape. Since buying I have installed new battery, plug, air filter, purchased clutch plates, purchased yamalube 10w40 (very hot summers down here in FL), k&n oil filter, will be adjusting valves as soon as clutch is back on, and will be doing coolant flush here soon. Will be doing jobs this weekend and will keep you guys posted on whats going on
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Sounds like you have a great plan. Take your time and look around at other things like wiring and check bolts for tightness and such. If any wire connectors look dirty, use contact cleaner and add a little dielectric grease to it. As long as you are doing all this maintenance, it is a good time to give it all a once over. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
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Sounds like you have a great plan. Take your time and look around at other things like wiring and check bolts for tightness and such. If any wire connectors look dirty, use contact cleaner and add a little dielectric grease to it. As long as you are doing all this maintenance, it is a good time to give it all a once over. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
Fibers and steels should be here within the next few hours going I super cleaned the carbs yesterday for about an hour and I cleaned all clutch components really well. I have a question about coolant I have Prestone 50/50 and it says do not add water I still need to do half of the Prestone and half distilled water correct? The coolant looked pretty bad so I’m going to flush the system. I’ll check all wiring and I’m thinking about just going ahead and removing parking break bypassing the sensor or whatever is best and putting the cap on the caliper. Also wanted to bypass the rev limiter and just not really use reverse because of how it got stuck those few times other than that I’ll wait till the top end goes and I’ll completely tear this thing down to bones and re-do her 💲💲💲
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