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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!
All other stock parts goes back in, the way it came off... unless if your new basket comes with some replacement parts.
Speaking of 1/2inch spasers, sounds like those are left overs from old rivets when you drill them out... Trow them away. I ground mine and i did not have any left over "spasers".
 

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Clutch tightening tool

I made a tool today to help with the removal of the the center nut in the clutch, I riveted a inner and out clutch plate together, I used six aluminum rivets, placed the riveted clutch plates inside the clutch, then placed my gear jammer between the engine gear and clutch gear, (a penny will do) and turned the nut tight with a torque wrench, Now I don't want anyone to run to the patent office and have this patented.
 

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OK, this winter I was modifying my engine along with replacing the stock clutch basket. According to many people on this forum, if some mods have been done to the engine, replacing the stoke clutch basket is a must. So, I bought a "PE Billet" clutch basket off e-bay and started replacing it. I decided to share with you guys how I did it. I would not go into details such as "taking off clutch cover and putting it back" and so on... I will focus on the basket itself.
There is one most important and difficult thing to do: a stock basket has 3 rivets, that holds basket assembly together and new basket instruction tells you to DRILL them out :mad:. So, I thought that drilling would take long time, a lot of back pain and few drill bitts (unless you have a drill press). I came up with an idea to GRIND the rivets off and knock them out :thumbsup: I'll try to explain rest on pictures...
Well, I hope this will help some of you guys. Its too bad that I can load only 4 pics per post :(
replacing the stoke clutch basket is a must... hmm that sounds i need to get new stoke clutch basket.

http://freeyamahaatvservicemanualsonline09.blogspot.com
 

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dont replace the clutch basket with a stock one. get a hinson or gytr or something simular, but replacing with a stock one doesnt make sence.
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Thanks Valiko75 your information is great you are explain point with pictures. This was very important threads me because i got a lot of knowledge.
 

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Thanks Valiko75 your information is great you are explain point with pictures. This was very important threads me because i got a lot of knowledge.
You r welcome! You will learn a lots of good stuff here. That's why this forum is about: to learn ant to share...
 

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i couldnt help but notice no one mentioning replacing the inner hub, and yours from the pictures looks somewhat grooved. does it not need to be replaced even if it is grooved? no performance issues?
 

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i couldnt help but notice no one mentioning replacing the inner hub, and yours from the pictures looks somewhat grooved. does it not need to be replaced even if it is grooved? no performance issues?
If its too bad, then replace it. But mine still doing its job since i replaced the basket... and no performance issues.
 
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