mcman56 Posted January 28 Report Share Posted January 28 As purchased, my TY175 clutch worked OK but had a some drag and was abrupt compared to a modern bike when released even with a lever arm extension. At some point in time there was a lot more drag and it became more abrupt. It would even stick when riding such that when you pull in the clutch and there was a delay before disengagement even when hot. I sanded the steel plates but I forgot which roughness of paper used. I filed the clutch baskets mostly flat but not totally flat. I also removed some burrs found on the ears of the fiber plates. All plates looked flat. It was improved and maybe similar to when I purchased the bike but after a small number of rides is back at its worst. Could this be the steel plates getting polished up again? I have a glass bead blaster. Could that be better? Any suggestions? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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