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Socket in crankcase

While changing clutch a 1/4in 10mm socket popped into crankcase think it is by oil-pump DO NOT want to split case to retrieve what trick you got

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SOURCE: Changing clutch plates on a 1994 KE 100

All you need to do is remove the right crankcase cover then remove the clutch cap and springs then the friction plates and clutch plates. Note that a friction plate is both the first and last plate in the clutch and that a pressure plate is in-between each friction plate. Friction plates are fiber, pressure plates are metal. No case splitting is required.

You may want to get a 3/8" impact driver to remove screws and hex head bolts and to tighten them back up. I find it to be the most useful tool in my shop. My Bluepoint brand impact driver is 40 years old an as good as new.

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please dont unless your a pro or from japan the clutch is on the rite or left on engine under a face plate-get a manual or bring to cycle salvage yard-theyre oldschool-it maybe just a simple adjust 0n cable or unit

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SOURCE: how do i break clutch hub nut n order 2 split tran...

can buy the clutch holding tool made by motion pro. that will keep the hub in place while you remove the nut.

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To begin with, I'd find another mechanic. It sounds like the engine lost a tappet roller or an inner cam bearing. This is the only thing that I know of that can "grind up a cam" .

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