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Clutch change

Hi all,
I don't suppose there is a how to on how you do a clutch change is there ?.

I would like to install a new clutch pack and don't know how to.
Also don't know if I have to drop the oil and coolant like an LtZ or not.

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you don't have to drain the oil or coolant. Just tip the quad up on its side then pull the round cover off. Then it will be straight forward pulling the pressure plate and swapping the fibers and steel plates

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Thanks dude,

That makes it easier.

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Check the manual,

I think all years have a big spacer/washer thing that goes behind all the plates that needs to be put back in correctly.

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