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This is a discussion on Advice for clutch rebuild within the CRF50 forums, part of the General Talk category; Ok well the clutch is slipping on my new bike so I'm going to be doing the clutch(plates and springs). Dano's steppin up and helping ...

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    Advice for clutch rebuild

    Ok well the clutch is slipping on my new bike so I'm going to be doing the clutch(plates and springs). Dano's steppin up and helping me out with the parts, so big props to Dano. Anyways any advice or anything I should know? I've done the clutch on my big bikes before so shouldn't be mutch different right?



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    It is very easy. There is complete directions with pictures on available on twobrothers.com. Make sure you have the proper clutch nut tool and youll probably need an impact screw driver.

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    cool thanks



    anyone in so cal near 93021 wanna lend me a clutch nut tool???

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    so is there any way to get around spending $30 on a clutch nut tool. anything at autozone or anywhere else?

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    You can use a punch and a hammer. I did and it works. Id prefer using a clutch nut tool to reinstall the nut to the proper torque spec though.

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    that tool is only like 12$ at dratv- and i know that MARK @ AHP should have them as well great service!!!!!
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    Im still waiting for my clutch tool from dratv. I ordered it, they accidentally sent me a flywheel puller. I called and the guy said hed mail me a clutch nut tool out. Its been a week.

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    you should have it soon!! i rceived mine in abot 5 days
    if you were as fast as me, you´d be pretty damn slow!!!





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    The first one.

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    hey i live in riverside

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    hmmm u live in moorpark, thats kind of far, how bad do u want the clutch done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50mAfIa
    hmmm u live in moorpark, thats kind of far, how bad do u want the clutch done?


    I really want to get it done for saturday. Right now I'm waiting on the plates from dano, I can pik up the springs at sik 50s. I'm confidennt I can do it myself I just don't want to spend the money on a tool that I will use once and never touch again, that's why I'd like to borrow one.

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    plus I don't know if I could get a tool in time unless you can get them at the local honda shop or maybe sik 50s

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    have you already tried adjusting the clutch ?
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