Question about Yamaha 2011 Grizzly 550 FI Auto 4x4 EPS
Put enough grease to cover the rollers. Also add some to the actual tracks where the rollers glide on. The clutch should have a thin cover that is held on by three small screws. that is your "grease cap" If there is too much grease it'll end up there. Hope this helps. I own older grizzlies and that is what has worked for me.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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