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I just installed a new gytr clutch on my raptor i pre-soaked the clutch plates before installing them. I did everything from the book but abviously i missed something please help im going to glamis this thursday... thank for the help in advance....
 

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Im guessing you did the same thing i did but i dont not know. My problem was that when i installed the cover i did not rotate the arm enough so it did not engage on the teeth right and wouldn't pull the clutch out. If you did that, good for you and im sorry i cant help, but if you didnt or dont remember, re-read the book because im not 100% on how to do it but you have to rotate the arm enough so when you slide the cover on it sets up right.
 

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I figured it out guys... it was such a stupid mistake im not even gonna mention it... thanks though
 

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ah comon mention it, might help someone else who makes the same stupid mistake
 

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Did you tighten the springs to tight? When i replaced mine my cluthc would not engage because i overtightend the springs. Also what warrior-man said it right. If the arm is not set right then the cluthc is not going to work. or it will slip...
 

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Did you tighten the springs to tight? When i replaced mine my cluthc would not engage because i overtightend the springs. Also what warrior-man said it right. If the arm is not set right then the cluthc is not going to work. or it will slip...
 
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