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2006 yz450f clutch pressure plate screws

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Do you tighten the screws all the way and then torque them or torque them as you tighten them against the springs. Seems like they would fly loose if I dont but seems like way over 7-9 foot pounds to get the springs all the way in.

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Do you tighten the screws all the way and then torque them or torque them as you tighten them against the springs. Seems like they would fly loose if I dont but seems like way over 7-9 foot pounds to get the springs all the way in.

Run them down snug but not tight, then torque them each twice. Don't exceed torque spec on bolts. If you do they will snap or strip.

Did you use blue loctite?

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I haven't put it back together yet cause I didn't know. I snapped one and it wasn't close to being all the way in. Hopefully the springs fine. I do have some and I will definitely use it now that u said to. So the springs pressure on the bolt and loctite will hold it I see

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