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so I have a pitster 125 and the clutch is starting to slip. I was seeing if anyone has dealt with the same problem and if anyone knew where a guide was on how to replace the it. thx a lot

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are the teeth slipping? or is it like a spring tension problem? or what?

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I'm not sure. I honestly don't know much about clutches, but it makes a lot of grinding noise when I use the clutch going up hills and it just doesn't have a lot of pulling power

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I'm not sure. I honestly don't know much about clutches, but it makes a lot of grinding noise when I use the clutch going up hills and it just doesn't have a lot of pulling power

Pull your clutch cover off, your going to want to get the basket off and make sure you aren't missing any teeth off the primary gear which is riveted to the back of the clutch basket. A lot of times the rubber dampeners inside the primary gear get shot and then cause it to chatter and then break off teeth. Hopefully you caught it before its too late and can replace the basket with a stock unit or TB's new billet basket.

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