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does anyone know if the jtx and txt 270 clutch baskets and plates are the same and would the jtx fit into a txt :blush:

The "JTX" is the 1997 model, what year is the "TXT" model? I'll cross-reference the part numbers if you have the year/model of the TXT.

Jon

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The "JTX" is the 1997 model, what year is the "TXT" model? I'll cross-reference the part numbers if you have the year/model of the TXT.

Jon

jon mine is a 270 99txt. colin

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jon mine is a 270 99txt. colin

Colin, I'll see what I can find.

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does anyone know if the jtx and txt 270 clutch baskets and plates are the same and would the jtx fit into a txt :blush:

From the part numbers it appears that the clutch basket is the same on both the 97 and 99 (both #MO3210002).

The numbers, however, are different for the clutch packs. The 97 uses a straight fiber/steel combination and the 99 uses a combination that includes a "mixed disk" (a steel plate with fiber on only one side). Since it is a possibility that the two packs could interchange as complete units I also checked the numbers of the inner hubs (where the steel disk "teeth" engage) and they are different for the 97 and 99. I then checked the pressure plates and they also are different numbers for the 97 and 99.

So, according to the numbers anyway, you should be o.k. on swapping the hubs but you might run into trouble with the 99 and 97 clutch packs being compatable.

Jon

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From the part numbers it appears that the clutch basket is the same on both the 97 and 99 (both #MO3210002).

The numbers, however, are different for the clutch packs. The 97 uses a straight fiber/steel combination and the 99 uses a combination that includes a "mixed disk" (a steel plate with fiber on only one side). Since it is a possibility that the two packs could interchange as complete units I also checked the numbers of the inner hubs (where the steel disk "teeth" engage) and they are different for the 97 and 99. I then checked the pressure plates and they also are different numbers for the 97 and 99.

So, according to the numbers anyway, you should be o.k. on swapping the hubs but you might run into trouble with the 99 and 97 clutch packs being compatable.

Jon

jon thanks for your time i think i will go for new parts as i think i could run into problems mixing the to models :)

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