Clutch (aftermarket -- installed last fall...the stock one lasted since new) went out on my '06 250F a couple weekends ago. When I took it apart, the next to last fiber was broken (but all the pieces were there). The last fiber was basically disintegrated. A few chunks were left in the basket, and I was able to fish a few more out from inside the left engine cover. In all, I probably found all but two or three of the "teeth" that grab the outer basket, but the rest of the plate (along with the other teeth) is gone, either ground up or laying in my bottom end somewhere. I pulled the valve cover and couldn't see any aluminum flakes or pieces in the head. Anyone have this problem? Should I flush it out and move on, or should I split the cases? If I can find the remaining few teeth, should I just put it back together? The valves are wearing like crazy now, and the head is due for new valves and cut seats. I also have a new Rekluse to install. With the new stuff, I want to make sure I put this thing back together right.