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HI, ON MY '01 YAMAHA STREET BIKE I'M REDOING THE CLUTCH. HOW DO YOU KNOW IF THE PRESSURE PLATE IS BURNT? THANKS,TOM.

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  • Tom Allert Sep 02, 2010

    HI, I'VE GOT THE NEW PLATES, BUT IS THERE A VISUAL WAY TO LOOK AND SEE IF THE PRESSURE PLATE IS BURNT OR NEEDS REPLACEMENT? THANKS.

  • Tom Allert Sep 02, 2010

    IS THERE A VISUAL WAY TO SEE IF THE PRESSURE PLATE IS BURNT OR BAD?

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It will have a pretty bluest tint on it if burnt

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Without a doubt the clutch will grind going into gears and will slip on throlling up in gear!!!!

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  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

  • JOHN DAVIDSON Sep 17, 2010

    The plate will be blueish black in color and may be scored with heat cracks embedded into the high tempered steel, possibly even showing signs of grooves being inprinted into the pressure plate due to the heat/slippage factors given to a worn clutch plate.

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