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    What should the bolts be set at foot lb? New springs and van pressure plate and retainers? Thanks

  • #2
    Re: new barnett clutch srings?

    Torque should be the same regardless of what springs you installed.

    Clutch spring set bolt: 7 ft/lb
    Clutch spring support bolt: 16.5 ft/lb
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    • #3
      Re: new barnett clutch srings?

      Thanks. I didn't know. Just wanted to be positive when new pertys got here today or tomorrow
      . Thanks

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      • #4
        Re: new barnett clutch srings?

        The spirng post into the spring post base (half the cam set) should get permanent red loctite. I don't know what the book says, that's just what I say. darn it, where is my book
        It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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        • #5
          Re: new barnett clutch srings?

          Originally posted by cyclecamper View Post
          The spirng post into the spring post base (half the cam set) should get permanent red loctite. I don't know what the book says, that's just what I say. darn it, where is my book
          I don't know what the book says. If I recall correctly, I used Green

          (And possibly Blue on the bolts)
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          • #6
            Re: new barnett clutch srings?

            I know my Brock hub came with instructions to use permanent loctite for the spring-posts.
            It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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            • #7
              Re: new barnett clutch srings?

              Hi guys.

              Do you know where can I get these Barnett Springs for my TL1000S (1997)?

              Thanks a lot!

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              • #8
                Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                Originally posted by jaymami View Post
                Hi guys.

                Do you know where can I get these Barnett Springs for my TL1000S (1997)?

                Thanks a lot!
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                • #9
                  Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                  Originally posted by Steve TLS View Post
                  I don't know what the book says. If I recall correctly, I used Green

                  (And possibly Blue on the bolts)
                  So.....at the risk of sounding retarded...eh, too late, the clutch spring bolts should be loctited? I've been running the Van's setup for a little while and just torqued the bolts, no loctite. The stock bolts came out without any trace of thread locker being used so it never even crossed my mind.

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                  • #10
                    Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                    Originally posted by Geekly View Post
                    So.....at the risk of sounding retarded...eh, too late, the clutch spring bolts should be loctited? I've been running the Van's setup for a little while and just torqued the bolts, no loctite. The stock bolts came out without any trace of thread locker being used so it never even crossed my mind.
                    I haven't used loktite on my current TL1000S's clutch springs in the 9 years I've had it. A little dab of the low strength stuff usually won't hurt anything though.
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                    • #11
                      Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                      I ride more than most people do. I got the tlr in june and logged 12000mi and still counting. I have had my clutch apart several times. Bolts haven't ben loose yet. When I get the clutch issue solved I will use some blue loctite. I want to get them out without the risk of screwing my van plate up.

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                      • #12
                        Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                        Originally posted by mudduck9 View Post
                        When I get the clutch issue solved I will use some blue loctite. I want to get them out without the risk of screwing my van plate up.
                        What clutch issue?

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                        • #13
                          Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                          It was slipping. When you get on it hard. I don't know what oil was used in it. I put synthetic blendin it. Well new barnett springs. Same thing. New barnett clutch kit 8+1 same thing. Still slip. Took back lash drive out. It had some ware on it re ground edges. Same dam problem. After research the syn oil of ben prob. I changed oil back to regular. Cleaned clutches miked everything and still slip. When I get the extra money I'm going with new style factory clutch kit 9+1. All new. I give up. Drive till blows or the cash comes.

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                          • #14
                            Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                            Synthetic oil was NOT the problem. Some folks have found the Barnett and other aftermarket plates to be the wrong thickness. You probably need to start with measuring all the plates and seeing if they are within spec. I reckon that just might be your problem. As a rule, the clutch on the TL is one place you are generally better off sticking with OEM parts.
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                            • #15
                              Re: new barnett clutch srings?

                              I agree, stick with stock plates.

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