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Can I r&r it without removing the clutch?
Yes...

The Clutch Release Retaining Ring (identified above as Item E) will allow the Release Bearing Assembly to be removed from the center of the Clutch Assembly without removing or dismantling the Clutch... But note that the Release Bearing is pressed into in the Release Plate... The old bearing is pressed out of the plate & the new bearing is pressed into the plate...

There is a HD part number for an already assembled STOCK bearing & release plate - P/N 36731-91


There IS a menu system at Sportsterpedia.com - Just select from the menu and step down thru to the subject you want to read... It's not that hard...

There is also a search function there - put text in the search box for your subject and click the SEARCH BUTTON... Then select from the results to read the page/section you've selected...

There's a wealth of information (and answers to many of your questions) just sitting there waiting for you to digest it...


I'll try to put a link here that can be copied & pasted (you will have to actually highlight it, copy it & paste it) ---
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Yes...

The Clutch Release Retaining Ring (identified above as Item E) will allow the Release Bearing Assembly to be removed from the center of the Clutch Assembly without removing or dismantling the Clutch... But note that the Release Bearing is pressed into in the Release Plate... The old bearing is pressed out of the plate & the new bearing is pressed into the plate...

There is a HD part number for an already assembled STOCK bearing & release plate - P/N 36731-91


There IS a menu system at Sportsterpedia.com - Just select from the menu and step down thru to the subject you want to read... It's not that hard...

There is also a search function there - put text in the search box for your subject and click the SEARCH BUTTON... Then select from the results to read the page/section you've selected...

There's a wealth of information (and answers to many of your questions) just sitting there waiting for you to digest it...


I'll try to put a link here that can be copied & pasted (you will have to actually highlight it, copy it & paste it) ---
http://sportsterpedia.com/doku.php/techtalk:evo:priclutch01


Due to the truncation of links (by the forum software) and the bastardization of the links (by viglink advertising & tracking software) it is rare to be able to copy & paste links from the forum into the address bar directly (unless they are really short links)...

If you right click the link above & copy the 'link location' it will have the viglink tracking added - but if you actually highlight the text, copy it & paste it into your address bar, the link will be clean...


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Thanks foemr the explanation

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What are you thinking could be wrong with them? They are all there and look in good condition
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I had mine go bad a while ago. The ramp will get distorted or flatten out at the ends which will cause the clutch to not work right. Usually when you pull the clutch if the ramps get messed up the bearings will stick at the end of the ramp and could cause your lack of lever pull you had.
When my problem started from the spring plate going bad and from pulling the clutch in it was opening the ramp to much and was letting the bearings go to far out on the ramp and when I released the clutch since the bearigs we're so far out it was damaging the ramp. I had my shop fix it since I was brand new to the bike then and he told me the ramps can get worn out over time and the ends can flatten out causing loss of the clutch.

Yours in the picture above looks fine though. It would be at the narrow ends you would see any damage if it happened but yours looks good so I guess I was wrong.
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