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ATV Tires and Rims

ATV and Side by Side Tires and Rims. Get help with tire fitment and finding the best tires for your ATV or side by side.


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    • I'd doubt the oil is the problem. The clutches aren't too fussy about the oil as long as it's an engine oil of the correct viscosity. Unfortunately it's really hard to differentiate between the centrifugal clutch and the multiplate clutch when you are trying to diagnose them. You can use the shift lever to slip the plate clutch momentarily as you are accelerating at a rev above centrifugal clutch lockup speed and sometimes they will start slipping bad then, which suggests it is the plate clutch, but it's far from conclusive. If the problem only happens at take off, and then seems fine once the revs are up, it tends to suggest it's the centrifugal, but again it's  not conclusive. Luckily the two clutches are both together in the one side case, which can be got off in place, and are components we can inspect and measure once they are apart. That is really the only way to be sure you are fixing the right clutch.
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