426 clutch

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  • imoto344

Posted April 20, 2002 - 03:37 PM


i am putting 2001 inner cluch parts in my 2000 426. does the flat washer go in first and then the concave one that says "outside." please tell me if this is correct.

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  • PK

Posted April 21, 2002 - 05:23 AM


If you go to Motoman's website, he has a parts microfiche you can download that will show you where everything goes. If you have the parts manual it will show you also. I don't have my manual with me or I could help you out more. Here is the link:

  • Uncle_Rich

Posted April 21, 2002 - 05:35 AM


Yes the flat washer goes on first
then the spring washer
and the special fiber plate goes at the bottom of the stack
also I think the push lever (lever on the left side of motor that the cable hooks to) is shorter on the 2001.
I did this mod and my clutch went from grabbie to draging. I think the 2001 lever would have fixed that but I changed it back anyway
Let me know how you like it, maybe I'll try it again


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