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    Should I do it

    My ????? of the day is I now have about 50 plus hrs on my bad behind RXP should I replace the S.C. clutch now before it goes to the pot or should I keeping riding? Todd always in front of Renedog until he wets me down.Big grin on my face.


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    From what I've been reading, I think the general concensus is stay with the stock until it goes.
    I've got 140 hours on my stock clutches. I know riding conditions have quite a bit to do with wear.

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    Keep it as is.

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    Keep on dooing until you don't doo no more, then replace!

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    Re: Should I do it

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo Todd
    My ????? of the day is I now have about 50 plus hrs on my bad behind RXP should I replace the S.C. clutch now before it goes to the pot or should I keeping riding? Todd always in front of Renedog until he wets me down.Big grin on my face.
    NUMNUTS :P

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    Honestly. I wish there were a solid amount of consistent situations where you could actually determine a scheduled replacement of the clutches. Just for the simple fact that you would be able to remove the SC send it off, or replace the clutches yourself and be running again fast! Now, with my situation, I have to find a dealer who ACTUALLY know what hes doing and wait 2-5 weeks and pray that they clean the debris from the screens in the engine and hope that they torque these shafts to specs!

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