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post #11 of 134 (permalink) Old 05-10-2007, 09:26 PM
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Re: How To: Change Clutch Plates

My quad makes a rattling noise when you give it gas in idle and at low speed, it shifts hard and sticks, a real bear to get in and out of reverse. I'm assuming it's the clutch... Is it usually just the clutch plates? Is there any other hardware you all reccomend? The budget is gone do to Foreman and Jeep problems - I saved so much buying used . So anywho make my day and tell me plates are all I need. I've got the Clymer and your write up is great. Any difference between the 40.00 plates and 80.00?
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Re: How To: Change Clutch Plates

Any pics yet ? I ordered my GYTR clutches and GYTR clutch basket today. It should be in by middle of next week. This would be my first time doing the clutches on my own and if possible I would like all the minor details explained to avoid having to deal with the down time.

For those that have done it before, I'm sure its not that hard, but im sure there are things that are overlooked or taken for granted that some of us are not going to know what to do. thanks guys

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would it hur them if you didn't soak them first? and why soak them ? I have mine apart now I just never done it before so I didn't know about the whole soaking thing.
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whats the best clutch and springs for the price, something better than stock

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yea i second that ? what is ?

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GYTR is the best set.

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well, over x mas break i will be rebuilding my raptor, and along with that i will be installing a new clutch.
Ill do my best to come thru on the pics
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would it hur them if you didn't soak them first? and why soak them ? I have mine apart now I just never done it before so I didn't know about the whole soaking thing.
The raptor uses a "wet" clutch. If you don't soak them first they will drain your oil tank by about half a litre (quart) among other things.
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Re: How To: Change Clutch Plates

what happens if u forget to put the cushion plate back in? rebuilt my brothers clutch and we forgot to put the cushion plate back in, he threw it away and now have ordered one on bikebandit.com 12.00... whats the purpose of this plate? we both rode bike and it shifts fine and engages in all gears. so whats the purpose. please reply, as we are tearing it back apart to install, over the weekend..

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In the frame?

My buddy hasn't been able to remove his clutch cover with the motor in the frame? Is there a trick to it? Or did he give up to quick?

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