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brandon07

2004 Yamaha Warrior - Clutch Help

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hi guys im brand new to this site an need a little help.

i bought a used 04 warrior.so i bought a new barnett clutch.installed it

put it all back together.and it started ran fine i pulled in the clutch and put it in gear

and it took off like the clutch was let out. i adjusted the cable and the handle. no effect either way new clutch cable and clutch lever assembly. can somebody give me a tip

please

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Are you sure you put the plates in the correct order? Going off memory but it should be a friction plate first an last.

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hi guys im brand new to this site an need a little help.

i bought a used 04 warrior.so i bought a new barnett clutch.installed it

put it all back together.and it started ran fine i pulled in the clutch and put it in gear

and it took off like the clutch was let out. i adjusted the cable and the handle. no effect either way new clutch cable and clutch lever assembly. can somebody give me a tip

please

metal, fiber, metal, fiber, make sure they are staggered. And when you install all new plates, you are gonna need to adjust the linkage! Look in your book and adjust the linkage to specs. Your new clutch SHOULD have come with complete instructions from Barnett...also, if you have AutoZone motor oil in it, drain it out right now! and go get the proper oil from Yamaha. It costs more but car oil has additives that will shorten the life of that expensive clutch you just bought. Let us know if you cant figure it out

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yeah its got yamalube 10-40 in it. im almost 100 percent sure they are right. the barnett kit i got instructions just read to soak the plates for 30 min before installing them. it had no other instructions with it. called barnett the guy said the small plates are first and last plate

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yeah its got yamalube 10-40 in it. im almost 100 percent sure they are right. the barnett kit i got instructions just read to soak the plates for 30 min before installing them. it had no other instructions with it. called barnett the guy said the small plates are first and last plate

Is the small plate the metal ones? I'm almost positive the fiber/friction plate is first and last. This thread seems to back me up. According to some of the posters there are two plates that are different from the rest...they go first and last. If you give me a plate count of each plate (both fiber/friction and metal) I'll tell you which one goes first.

http://forum.dirtrider.com/discussion/8234642/first-time-to-replace-clutch-kit-in-yz85/p1

It's been about 20 years since I have been inside of a bike gearbox!

Back in the day we used to clean the plates with mineral spirits and sand them with fine paper to get a "new" friction surface on them. If the basket had wear we would remove it and file the edges down where the fiber plates would hit the basket and notch it. This was a cheap fix for a worn basket and clutch. We also use to put washers under the clutch springs to stiffen them up so that a worn clutch would grab better.

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fixed my clutch problem if you put a barnett clutch in a 2004 warrior you goy to

remove both clutch boss springs. i did it and its never been better.

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