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Old 11-19-2014, 10:04 PM   #21
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There are a few people on here who would probably be willing to help. Me, I have never seen the inside of a Honda, and school is a big time commitment right now. I'm not sure on that bike, but you will probably need to buy or borrow a few specialized tools to get the job done.
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Old 11-19-2014, 10:09 PM   #22
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If someone can point me in the right direction on these special tools, it would be greatly appreciated
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Old 11-19-2014, 10:29 PM   #23
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Perhaps you should post a thread with a descriptive title in the general forum asking for assistance with performing a clutch replacement. Be sure to include specifics in your post such as bike year and model and where you are located to avoid blunt responses.
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For a basic clutch job you won't need any special tools.
Is your clutch slipping?
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Old 11-19-2014, 11:37 PM   #25
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Clutch job is easy with a repair manual
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Old 11-20-2014, 01:15 PM   #27
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Ok so I ordered all the parts, yes Patrick my clutch is slipping..

Now to find out how to get this cover off, got all the bolts on but dam! This hondabond stuff is hard to get off
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Hope you bought a new gasket and have a thin head flathead and razor blades . Tap the top of it with a rubber mallet gently after making sure all the bolts are, some are hidden under the bottom .
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Hope you bought a new gasket and have a thin head flathead and razor blades . Tap the top of it with a rubber mallet gently after making sure all the bolts are, some are hidden under the bottom .
I was gonna say the same. DL the manual and read. Its an easy job. Pay attention to the order that things come out. Stack the old disks as they come out. The just put the new ones back in same order. Soak the frictions in oil before you install. Loc tite the bolts that go in the springs
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thanks for the input guys, this is really easier than i thought. so i finally got the 30mm 12 point nut off. and carefully stacking them in order i pull them out one by one.. come to find out 2 of the frictions are in half. now waiting on my oem clutch pack and hondabond to come in the mail!

question. what would a person have to do to split frictions into pieces?
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Did that but have to come off to change the clutch ?
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Yep had to take off that nut to access the plates..
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