I thought, damn, I know what that is. Turn the cable adjuster clockwise to loosen the clutch cable, then pull the cable end out of the notch cut into the release arm. After all the bolts are out, the one-way will be a little tight, so you may need to press it off from the inside of the flywheel. I have a raptor 660r and I have adjusted the clutch because initially my issue was that when I put it in reverse it would bogg down and die out because it acted like it was not all the way in gear. Now place the woodruff key in the slot. Anyone else have this happen? Make sure everything is well lubricated.
I also noticed this when I was pulling someone out it was slipping real bad. When the clutch is engaged, these plates are pushed against a housing mounted on the end of the engine's crankshaft. Install the idler gear onto the shaft. Cover the hole case side that is open to the transmission to stop debris from entering. I found these on ebay but not sure if they fit. If its a 1 you are a 2001.
Fill the bike up with oil and ride it for 15 minutes or so. Remove the seat and unscrew the oil tank filler cap, located between the seat rails. I hope they can find the cause. Loosen the nine bolts in a criss-cross pattern so as to avoid warping the cover. These are the slow blow variety. Hold the flywheel on a stable surface with a shop towel or something similar. Now its time to set your puller up.
As a recommendation, replace your drain plug with a magnetic one. The clutch used by your Yamaha Raptor 350 operates through friction generated by a spring-loaded stack of steel and fiber plates. If you have any questions call 503-484-8711 Thanks for reading! Replace the idler gear near the starter, replace the gasket small size and the cover. I merged the two threads you started since they are really the same thing. Check the bearing surface for wear and pitting and replace if worn. Its not a good idea to put a new One Way on a 52 tooth gear if its shows signs of damage.
Remove the small idler gear and set aside with the cover. Turn it to make sure the woodruff key is where it should be and that it rotates smoothly. It may take a while but it will eventually break free…Don't give up! Put your ground wire in position, replace all the bolts and tighten to 7. Move your oil line into place and reattach. Pull the 52 tooth large gear behind the flywheel idler gear off the shaft. Turn the gear clockwise while inserting the hub of the gear into the one-way opening.
Drain your oil clean your magnetic plug off and replace the filter. My son was riding my friend's Rincon. Your Raptor has a 52 tooth gear that the one way rides on. Line everything up and make sure you are straight, it helps. Many other clutch kits require you to purchase new steel clutch plates, and it has been our experience it is not required, in most cases, to replace the steel plates. Once all are loose, remove them.
A slipping clutch is unreliable and can cause a loss of control, if the clutch slips then grips suddenly. How do I know if I have to replace the 52 tooth gear? Otherwise, bike looks to have not been wrecked, and plastics are ok it sat outside under a 'tarp' for 3+ years since it was run last. As far as the Drivline clutch kit you were asking about, I personally have never heard of them, but that is a good price if it is a decent product. The shop had to order the fuse,which tells me that blowing that fuse is rare. This is critical, you must torque these bolts correctly and evenly!. A rule of thumb: If your clutch failed on your gear you need to replace both or your warranty could be denied. You should replace the clutch plates and their springs as soon as you feel the clutch slipping.
When the clutch plates wear, they begin to slip against each other, causing a delay in power that affects the performance and safety of your Raptor. I cleaned the carb and changed all the jets and everything except the float due to the rebuild kit not coming with one and it actually runs worse then it did before. Once loose, remove the washer and loosely replace the nut recommended so when you pop the flywheel off, the nut will stop it from flying forward. It will run and idle decent now but when I give it gas it dies. I was able to pop it back in then tied it up with pull start rope.
We use heavy duty clutch springs, which promotes increased clutch holding pressure and reduces clutch slippage. I looked back at him and the left front tire was sideways. Talked to the dealer and have no listing on the seal. If you removed the wiring harness gasket, put sealant on one side and replace. Registration is fast and you can even login with social network accounts to sync your profiles and content. In the North woods I stop on a two track for a blowdown.