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    Question Clutch Cover Removal

    I have to Heli-coil the bolt hole on the cover. What all is involved with removing the clutch cover. Is it just the bolts and hoses? What is the to look forward to once the cover is off? I've bought 3qts of oil and a new filter. I think I'm gonna need coolant too. Any help?
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    take front plastic off take top and bottom motor mount bolts off use a crowbar and lift motor after taking oil lines and radiater hoses off then take side cover bolts out and nove the cover off slowly you will have to wiggle and turn it to get it out then u can take it from there.

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    i have taken the cover off without removing engine mounts. a couple of the bolts are a pain in the ass to get to though... you have to take the water pump off. and dont forget there is a bolt holding the side cover on BEHIND where the pump sits. it is very easy to over look.
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    exactly what i was gonna say bo. the only bolt that is a pain is the bottom one. if you take off the skid plate it is very easy to get at. just did my buddies clutch on wednesday.
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    i'm doing a friend of mine's clutch soon. anything special i need or have to remember?

    just take off hoses, lines, water pump, and and then clutch cable, and losen the bolts, and wiggle cover off slowly...

    and as for the clutch plates. do i just losen the 5 bolts on the front plate? or do i need to tighten them to a specific number?

    thanks.
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    you will really like to have a clutch holding tool.... you will have to get the bolts out, and then 'work' it out of the frame....

    it amazes me, the flywheel cover is easy as hell to get off, the clutch cover.. a maintenance item is a pita ???

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    nate wtf you talking bout boy? you dont need a clutch holding tool to change a clutch! only while changing the basket.

    joe just follow what the manual says to do, it is very simple. oh and dont reinstall the little spring thing that is in with the clutch plates. leave it out. that will help your clutch grab harder without it
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    Quote Originally Posted by phucker View Post
    nate wtf you talking bout boy? you dont need a clutch holding tool to change a clutch! only while changing the basket.

    joe just follow what the manual says to do, it is very simple. oh and dont reinstall the little spring thing that is in with the clutch plates. leave it out. that will help your clutch grab harder without it
    Bah, your right, I was thinking changing the basket also


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    Quote Originally Posted by phucker View Post
    nate wtf you talking bout boy? you dont need a clutch holding tool to change a clutch! only while changing the basket.

    joe just follow what the manual says to do, it is very simple. oh and dont reinstall the little spring thing that is in with the clutch plates. leave it out. that will help your clutch grab harder without it

    ok will do, thanks Phucker (name still makes me laugh)
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    Since this is your first time, you might want to make some marks as to where the clutch arm is before and after you take the cover off. You might read the manual about reinstalling the cover, to make better sense out of how the marks will help you.

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