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hey, i was just wondering if anybody could tell me what you have to do to change the clutch in a yamaha warrior?

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hey, i was just wondering if anybody could tell me what you have to do to change the clutch in a yamaha warrior?

Like Stoopidbot1 wrote start by getting a service manual.

I just change my clutch in my 1998 Warrior and it was pretty easy.

There are no hidden surprises, take off the clutch side cover and there is your clutch.

Just read the service manual first and keep it at your side and everything should be fine.

Have Fun!!

CrazyK

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drain oil, pull clutch cover off, remove the prussure plate,bolts, springs,and set them aside, remove the old clutch plates,install new plates, friction plate then a metal plate, friction plate then metal plate untill u have used them all, put the metal plates in rough side tords the engine. run your fangure down the metal clutch plate where the teeth are cut into it and u will fill it rough on one side of the plates. now put the prussure plate back on and use the new springs u got with your clutch kit and put them back on. if u did not get new ones use your old springs.now put the bolts back in snug, in a star pattern(do not over tighten the bolts, check your manual for the exact prussure rating) now then put the clutch cover back on and add new oil. adjust the clutch cable if needed, remember to let the new clutch plate set soak in oil for a day or so before u install it.

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Isn't there two friction plates that have cushen rings and are slightly narrower than the others? And don't they go in the 3rd and 5th positions when the friction plates are installed?

And don't forget when installing the pressure plate be sure to align the arrows on the clutch boss and the pressure plate.

Also Clutch spring plate bolts torque specs are 70in-lbs

and the clutch case cover is 84in-lbs

I still highly recommend getting a service manual before attempting this job.

It's easy but it's always nice to have a book and illustrations to look at when needed.

CrazyK

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Isn't there two friction plates that have cushen rings and are slightly narrower than the others? And don't they go in the 3rd and 5th positions when the friction plates are installed?

And don't forget when installing the pressure plate be sure to align the arrows on the clutch boss and the pressure plate.

Also Clutch spring plate bolts torque specs are 70in-lbs

and the clutch case cover is 84in-lbs

I still highly recommend getting a service manual before attempting this job.

It's easy but it's always nice to have a book and illustrations to look at when needed.

CrazyK

yes u are right i was telling in general how to replace a clutch. as u know different quads require different toqrue specs for the bolts . and plate replacement etc.

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yes u are right i was telling in general how to replace a clutch. as u know different quads require different toqrue specs for the bolts . and plate replacement etc.

Yes, I know you were telling in general, and it was good basic run down. :biggrin:

I just added the post to give them an important heads up about 3 & 5 and the lining of the arrows. :wink:

As for the Torque specs, I guess I should of added that they are for the Yamaha Warrior 1987 thru 2003. Oops..

The reason this is still fresh in my mind, is because I just replaced my clutch in my 98 Warrior.

I wasn't trying to step on toes or anything. I just wanted to make sure people understand there is more to it.

:cheers2c:

CrazyK

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Yes, I know you were telling in general, and it was good basic run down. :biggrin:

I just added the post to give them an important heads up about 3 & 5 and the lining of the arrows. :wink:

As for the Torque specs, I guess I should of added that they are for the Yamaha Warrior 1987 thru 2003. Oops..

The reason this is still fresh in my mind, is because I just replaced my clutch in my 98 Warrior.

I wasn't trying to step on toes or anything. I just wanted to make sure people understand there is more to it.

:cheers2c:

CrazyK

There's no toe stepping, you supplied great and key information. Keep the info coming!

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