All of you expert guys give me a hand with this one 'cause I'm stumped......The raptor I have is an '01 and the one way crapped out on it...no big suprise....took everything apart and the 52 tooth gear looked pretty chewed up (again no big suprise) and so I went on ahead and ordered the full one way replacement set (L&A one way, new 52 tooth gear, bolts and gaskets). I got my parts and put everthing back together per instructions (its pretty easy not a big deal) and so the moment of truth came for my rappy to fire up in all its old glory and redemption was delivered as advertised, except I didn't get the old girl out of the drive way before the ATV made a real expensive sound and the motor died out. It sounded like the starter had engaged again when the motor was running. Sure enough there was no starter action at all just the relay clicking. I pulled out the starter and of course the little SOB had engaged while the motor was running and had gone to starter heaven (in a grand fashion I might add, it had really fragged itself). Ok, just for peace of mind and to see if anything else had been damaged I took off the flywheel again and checked the one way and 52 tooth gear and everything was OK. I while reassembling again in prep for the new starter, I followed all the directions, including checking for proper one way operation before tighting the flywheel bolt, everthing was OK and one way was operating properly, free one direction, engaged the other. Just to try to find out what could have gone wrong, after tighting the flywheel bolt I checked the one way operation again and it was engaged in both directions.....no free play in the correct direction...it was engaged. Do you have any suggestions as to what could be causing this? I am not willing to blow up another starter because the one way isn't operating properly...those little jokers are pricey...I really need some help with this, it is much more fun to ride than looking at my rappy parts pile in the garage!