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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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will not move after replacing Clutch or stuch in neutral

First time ATV rider and poster. Was given a 1998 Big Bear 350 4 x4 drove it around and noticed the lack of power pulling up steap hill.

drove it into the shop and removed the clutch cover. Decided to replace the friction plates with new Tuck clutch plates. Everything whet on without

any issues. Put it all back together, new yamalube 10 w 40 oil 3.2 quarters. Started up the ATV, put into reverse did not move. Put it into 1st, 2nd did not move.

Removed the cover looked at the clutch movement looks like all the gears are moving, clutch spinning, but will not engage into gear. Cant imaging the new clutch is not engaging ?. Any thoughts. Could it be stuck in neutral gear> I have shifted the gear up and down nothing happens.
Really stumped as it was running just a little weak.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-18-2019, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Well I figured it out. This was my first time replacing the clutch and I messed up one small thing.
The plate going over the friction plates holding the 5 springs has a small arrow which you are to align with a small hole on the clutch cage. it locks in the friction plates. I did not do that correctly so the plate was not engaged to the clutch basket to it was loose and friction plates were not grabbing simply spinng
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