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    Senior Member Adam-n-nevada's Avatar
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    Hello everyone!



    It has been about two years since I've posted here last. I hope all is more than well for everyone in our TW family

    I'm coming up on needing a new clutch soon as the old dub is closing in on 15,000 miles! I'd like to fit the sturdiest one possible.



    I've found a "heavy duty GYTR" by yamaha

    Or the TUsk heavy duty kit.



    http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/se...a+tw200+clutch



    Any opinons are appreciated - thanks!



    Adam

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    Cool - thanks Ronnydog!



    I totally forgot 'bout the Barnett. Would this kit include everything - minus the gasket of coarse? I would then need a clutch puller/boss thing, right?



    Any other requirements for this job? ...other than my kickstarter that i have yet to install - three years later!



    -Adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    Cool - thanks Ronnydog!



    I totally forgot 'bout the Barnett. Would this kit include everything - minus the gasket of coarse? I would then need a clutch puller/boss thing, right?



    Any other requirements for this job? ...other than my kickstarter that i have yet to install - three years later!



    -Adam


    Adam I would ask the guy if the springs are included. I use the Barnett's in my bike TW226cc and they work good.(stock clutchs in my TW250) The problem with performance clutches is they tend to not let go into neutral when the bike is running. I can take a pic of what I use as a puller/bass thing, its just two small clamps.



    Ronnydog

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