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splitting the case

This is a discussion on splitting the case within the Yamaha YFS200 Blaster ('88-Present) forums, part of the Performance /Technical category; well it looks like i will have to be splitting my cases due to some clutch problems how hard is it do do it?...


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Old 07-10-2005, 12:36 AM   #1
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well it looks like i will have to be splitting my cases due to some clutch problems how hard is it do do it?
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its harder the first time. always easier the second time. i would recommend picking up a shop manual for the blaster, it will guide you very well. its too hard to explain without pics on the net. dont feel afraid, grab a manual and DIG IN!
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The entire clutch system can be accessed without splitting the case....just to let you know.

The only reasons to split a case are to access the tranny gears, shift forks, shift shaft or the crank shaft. And that is it.
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yea i need to get the little shaft in there that the clutch basket and the clutch arm attatches to, becasue my clutch is stiff as hell... wont even pull the clutch out. so what do u think??
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Wait a minute, your the guy that threw a chain off and SINCE THEN your clutch is tight and your leaking fluid.
Yep, THEN I'd say you need to split your case to replace the whole left side of the case. Sorry for any false hope, I thought you were a different member. :(

But, if your convinced that it just needs the clutch release rods (there are two of them and a ball in between them) you can still replace those without spliting the case.
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