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Offline Gasman

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #10 on: July 02, 2017, 01:13:28 PM »
Thanks for that, it won't do me any good as I don't go off road it's too strenuous.

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #11 on: July 03, 2017, 11:24:43 AM »
in regards to the original post by mr. stevedo;
  where was the different plate located?   on the inner side?

2nd question;
  is the clutch pack in a 2016 the same as earlier years?  Barnett only lists through 2015 and have not yet responded.

thanks

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #12 on: July 03, 2017, 06:37:56 PM »
Hi bigsky,

the odd friction plate is indeed the inner one.

Not entirely sure on question 2 but worldoftriumph.com lists friction plate kits as T1170163 for both a 2011 800XC and Tiger 800XCX from VIN 674842.


See here for the 800XC up to VIN 674841 - http://www.worldoftriumph.com/triumph_motorcycle_parts_locator?block_01=&block_02=100057367-0-2&block_03=560041


See here for the 800XCX - http://www.worldoftriumph.com/triumph_motorcycle_parts_locator?block_01=&block_02=100068631-0-2-1&block_03=560044

Hope this helps

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #13 on: July 03, 2017, 07:22:15 PM »
It may bear mentioning in any clutch rebuild discussion - that the inner and outer basket splines need inspecting for ridges caused by the "drive" of the plates.
If ridges exist and are not removed/surface made flat (or, baskets replaced w/new), the plates may want to hang-up and inhibit clutch action.
I've ridden all-around the United States and parts of Arkansas.

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #14 on: August 13, 2017, 02:51:58 AM »
I'm having some strange clutch action after a loud bang while riding off road that resulted in zero power going to the ground and a very large tow bill to get it out.  A week later when I got home from the trip the clutch works but something just isn't right.  Have the barnett on order but for those who have done a clutch in the 800 do you need the triumph clutch wrench or can you get by with it in gear and the brake pressed as I need to go get the gasket anyways so if I really do need the wrench I might as well save a second trip.

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #15 on: August 13, 2017, 08:43:56 AM »
I have one of these and it works well

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Triumph-Tiger-800-Clutch-Holding-Tool-/112186509490

There are other universal ones out there that will also be cheaper than the Triumph tool
You could also fabricate something if you have the tools

You may also need to change the centre nut

Tinkering is what happens when you try something you dont quite know how to do, guided by whim, imagination, and curiosity.

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Re: Barnett clutch help
« Reply #16 on: August 13, 2017, 05:53:57 PM »
I have seen the tools but never had an issue without the overpriced tool in the past, just curious if others have done it on the 800 without spending an extra $40 on a pretty limited wrench.  :) 

 


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