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onelugnut

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I value you opinion. Thank you for the the help in the past.

Now I am going to replace the clutch plates in my boys 03 yz250 2smoke. Is there any thing else I should look at or just replace in the clutch. I know this is in the wrong section:busted:

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procircuit clutch springs

I dont see the advantage on a stock motor unless the price is the same as oem.

We ride mostly single track woods and desert. :smirk:

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Look at the basket and inner hub to see if they are notched at all. If you are only replacing the friction plates then lay the metal plates on a piece of glass and check for warping. If they are straight then rough them up with some sandpaper to get rid of any glaze and reuse them.

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you asked for a opinion, so I gave one

Sorry. I try not to sound like a d**K

I do thank you for your opinion

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Look at the basket and inner hub to see if they are notched at all. If you are only replacing the friction plates then lay the metal plates on a piece of glass and check for warping. If they are straight then rough them up with some sandpaper to get rid of any glaze and reuse them.

Sounds good. Thank you for the info

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Also if the metal plates are steel and they show discoloring, (blue, or any heated look) replace them. If they are aluminum, replace if grooved. You also want to check the wear surface area, where the friction plate sits, on the pressure plate and inner hub to make sure they aren't worn out. A lip towards the inner edge will give it away.

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