Scottjay69

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  1. Matt, Thanks for responding to my question, I appreciate it. Actually, I'm referring to a single, ball bearing which fits inside the push rod.
  2. When you replace your clutch can you please see if your 2000 WR400 has a ball bearing at the end of the clutch push rod? I'm trying to determine if I'm missing one or perhaps there's no ball bearing in our 2000 WR400F. thanks..
  3. I just spent an hour searching for an answer to my question, " Does a 2000 WR400 have a ball bearing at the end of the clutch push rod". Unfortunately I didn't find a definitive answer. The owners manual diagraph doesn't show a ball bearing at the end of the push rod, howerer some TT members said it was left out of the diagraph my mistake. I appreciate any insight you may be able to share.
  4. I have an 2000 WR400F and was wondering which radiator line is considered the "Upper Hot Water Return? I purchased an engine coolant cooler and the directions are VERY adamant on installing it in this exact possition. I can't tell from the owners manual which raditator hose is the "hot" and which one is the Cold. Can you help?