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Front clutch

Clean and inspect the front clutch components.

Replace the clutch discs if warped, worn, scored, burned or charred, or if the facing is flaking off.

Replace the steel plates if heavily scored, warped, or broken. Be sure the driving lugs on the plates are in good condition. The lugs must not be bent, cracked or damaged in any way.

Replace the clutch spring and spring retainer if either is distorted, warped or broken.

Check the lug grooves in the clutch retainer. The steel plates should slide freely in the slots. Replace the retainer if the grooves are worn or damaged.

Check action of the check ball in the retainer (Fig.

305). The ball must move freely and not stick.

NOTE: Inspect the clutch retainer bushings carefully (Fig. 306). The retainer bushings are NOT serviceable.

It will be necessary to replace the retainer if either bushing is scored, or worn.

Inspect the piston and retainer seal surfaces for nicks or scratches. Minor scratches can be removed with crocus cloth. However, replace the piston and/or retainer if the seal surfaces are seriously scored.

Fig. 305 Front Clutch Piston Retainer Check Ball Location Fig. 305 Front Clutch Piston Retainer Check Ball Location

1 - RETAINER CHECK BALL

Fig. 306 Retainer Bushing Location/Inspection Fig. 306 Retainer Bushing Location/Inspection

1 - FRONT CLUTCH RETAINER BUSHINGS (NONSERVICEABLE)

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