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Old 03-25-2008, 07:50 PM   #1
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XR50/70 Clutch Problem

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i thought there were like 5/6 tabs. you just have to set 1 inside the clutch nut
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Old 03-25-2008, 08:41 PM   #3
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Technically the tabs only carry the load. That one dipped down a bit into the friction face. Anyones guess at this point. I should have a back up by then. Hopefully manual.
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i thought there were like 5/6 tabs. you just have to set 1 inside the clutch nut
You're talking about the retainer ring that goes under the nut?

The broken tab was on the drive plate (2nd pic)
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Technically the tabs only carry the load. That one dipped down a bit into the friction face. Anyones guess at this point. I should have a back up by then. Hopefully manual.
Do you have the clutch tool/socket that will fit the retainer nut? The manual says it should be torqued to 31 lb/f.
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oh didnt notice that one gg
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oh didnt notice that one gg
It couldn't handle all that Honda power
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Old 03-25-2008, 09:23 PM   #9
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Do you have the clutch tool/socket that will fit the retainer nut? The manual says it should be torqued to 31 lb/f.
I got connections.
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Should have the gasket kit by Tues or Wed. Might just go ahead and replace the discs & plates while I'm at it. Wouldn't hurt.

They don't sell the drive plate by itself. You have to buy the whole kit. :/:
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Just buy a real bike like a 65 and ditch the crappy Honda!
It wasn't the the HONDA brah, It was the aftermarket clutch man. Scuzzuki riders.
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Should have the gasket kit by Tues or Wed. Might just go ahead and replace the discs & plates while I'm at it. Wouldn't hurt.

They don't sell the drive plate by itself. You have to buy the whole kit. :/:
Too cheap not too.

I'm going to make the final descision a.m. TB or taka
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you should get the billet housing while you are in there.

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i\we got a tb clutch laying around if you in a hurry
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josh you and chris coming out to motard day ?
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i\we got a tb clutch laying around if you in a hurry
that looks like a manual clutch to me.
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where did the ahp clutch go?
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with that break make sure you get a new basket as well.
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I guess it is good news that it was only the clutch. Hopefully you will have it put back together soon.
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