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post #11 of 31 (permalink) Old 04-06-2008, 10:16 PM
 
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Re: How to: change the clutch basket. Pics

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+1 for you. Keep it up man. Hopefully this gets stickied for people to use. I did one and had pics too but never got stickied. Stuff like this with good pics should always go up where people can find them quick.
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Very good read..Im learning more each day around here.

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So turns out I'm an idiot. No big suprise! Anyway I forgot to note which way the washer thing (convex shaped) goes. Looking at the marks I believe it goes with the convex side towards the gears and the concave side towards the basket. Anybody that has done this do you recall?

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this is exactally what i did to install my Wiseco clutch basket. good pictures.

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Any one know the length of the bolts in this picture: https://www.raptorforum.com/forums/at...3&d=1213209858

My basket didnt come with any, and its easy enough to bring the basket with me to the hardware store for size/pitch, just dont know what length to get. Also, is there a reason they are the rounded allen head? Could I use just a normal hex head if I cant find the allen heads?

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So turns out I'm an idiot. No big suprise! Anyway I forgot to note which way the washer thing (convex shaped) goes. Looking at the marks I believe it goes with the convex side towards the gears and the concave side towards the basket. Anybody that has done this do you recall?
There are two washers there. A flat one on basket side then the next convex one with the way you guessed.

I drilled out rivets easily. Great pics and info.
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Any one know the length of the bolts in this picture: https://www.raptorforum.com/forums/at...3&d=1213209858

My basket didnt come with any, and its easy enough to bring the basket with me to the hardware store for size/pitch, just dont know what length to get. Also, is there a reason they are the rounded allen head? Could I use just a normal hex head if I cant find the allen heads?

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approx 18 to 19 mm worth of threads. Use any bolt that has a low profile head.
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ok i removed my clutch basket, and had my machinist drill the 3 rivets out, all went smooth. but your explaination doesnt tell u what do with the other left over parts, behind each rivet there is like a 1/2inch spacer, does that go back on the new basket in the same exact spot, and once u take off the old basket behind it in the center there are two 3 inch metal rings do those go back on the new clutch basket, im going from a OEM basket to a Hinson, ill try and post some pics of the parts im talking abt when i get home, thanks!
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I bought a Yamaha Gyt-r clutch, hub, basket. I assembled it and could not get it to work at all. I proceeded to take it back apart. Then I found out that the problem was the bolts that come with the new basket (part #GYT-5LP56-10-10) were too long and were scraping badly on the inner hub. Even preventing essential movement.
THESE REPLACEMENT BOLTS MUST BE 14MM OR LESS! WHICH IS 4MM SHORTER!
Please inform whomever you have to in order to stop this from happening to someone else.
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It seems no one covered other possible ways to hold hub while torquing the nut. I was very successful jamming a rag in between the hub and basket. You'll need to temporarily reattach the rear brake to stop the quad from rolling backwards while you tighten. Use channel locks for the locking tab.
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