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Need pictorial clucth replacment instructions

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You dont need pictorial for clutch. After you take the case off there should be like 5 bolts to loosen. And one in the center pay attention to what you do when you tear it down it is simple to repair clutch but be careful of the springs they are stiff and can come off quicly be carefull the clutch plates should have came with instructions on which goes in first. Trust me this is a simple thing to do.

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