Clutch is good to go


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  • Shorte01

Posted January 23, 2005 - 07:26 PM

#1

Just finished replacing the clutch, hopefully I'll be able to ride quite some time without doing that again. Kinda spendy at $9 a pop for the friction plates and it takes 9 of them. Changed the oil and cleaned the filter, then put it in gear and tried to roll it, and the rear tire locking up was the most beautiful sight in quite some time compared to it just spinning regardless. Thanks to everyone who posted advice, made it easier knowing that I was heading in the right direction. While I was at it I replaced the rear sprocket with a renthal 51 tooth, should make bottom end a little more friendly. Now that the girl is movable again, I'm looking forward to the next sunny day.

YZ450f
renthal 51 tooth

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  • sirthumpalot

Posted January 24, 2005 - 04:05 AM

#2

Great to hear things are looking up, ride safe!





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