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crfdaddy

clutch boss?

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i,m still got the clutch apart just bought oem friction plates,steel clutch plates and springs all oem through the tt store thanks. while having it apart i noticed some scoring iside the clutch boss where the first friction plate would make contact, should i replace? also is the clutch boss suppose to move freely about 1 1/2" either direction ? the second i rotate the basket it will move the rear tire either way, so i'm assuming thats working ok. thanks again for the inputs

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had the same problem with mine either something got in there and scored it or it was a poor machining job from the get go. its only $55 OEM. considering the aftermarket ones are $200+ its a pretty good deal :thumbsup:

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thanks nc for getting back with me. i been looking on ebay to see whats available i'm leaning towards a hinson unit but that $55.00 for oem may lean me more towards oem. thanks again john

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thanks gray racer also there are some yz tripple clamps on ebay right now pro circuit upper and lower nice looking set but i don't think there the same offset that you run on your yz. if you don't mind what brand tripple clamps you running to get the 22 1/2 offset? thanks john

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thanks grayracer after i get finished with replacing the clutch, i will be looking for some offset clamps to help the bike turn better

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