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I lubed my one way bearing and found that part #12 the Thrust Washer is split. It has a split like a lock washer is my best description but no separation. It also is flat on one side and has a slight ridge on the other. You have to look very close to see that it is split. I only know it is split because I was cleaning it to re-lube itand the paper towel hung up on it when I was cleaning it. The Thrust Washer sits on top of the spring cap on the drive pulley ( aka primary) and rests against the one way bearing and primary clutch spring.Wish I could post a picture!!

Can anyone confirm for me that it should be one solid piece with no split in it?? I am planing a ride and don't want to go without the new part installed but what do you thinkwill it be OK.. This will be a ten day ride with maybe 200-300 miles.. Oh well,it seems to run great with theThrust Washer installed, but I don't know how long it will last. I may throw in my tow rope.I should have just left it be and ridden it, that way I wouldn't think about it.



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Part #12 is called the Friction Washer not the Thrust Washer as I refered to it above. Sorry for any confusion.



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Bill, I don't believe that is supposed to be split as you have described. It just doesn't sound right to me, but its been a while since I had mine apart so I can't say so for sure. Better safe than sorry though.. might order one just in case and keep an ear and eye open for any weird noises or operation.

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I don't think that mine is split either, but I have heard of people taking their washer out and it was cracked.

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10-4 cracked is a better description. I spoke to the parts man at Parker Yamaha and he said it definitely is not split so I need a new one. I ordered it from him.Thanks for the reply.



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Mine was split upon a cleaning too. I needed to ride the next day so I superglued the ends back together to get by. No change in clutch action since but I'll be pulling it apart to do a dalton install - I'm curious to know if it's still in one piece or laying in the bottom of the belt cover.

I'll confirm it's supposed to be one piece as my replacement is out on the shelf in the garage awaiting installation. If the superglued one is still in tact, I'll keep it as a spare.
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Seems like mine was cracked at one time. I think I just trashed it altogether, I don't ride mud though.

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Its broken. Part # 420460430.

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Hears a easy way to clean the secondary clutch


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