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Clutch Plate Replacement

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My Challenger clutch slips under heavy load at times. I'd like to put the Barnett clutch kit with the extra plate and upgraded springs in.

My question is, can I do this without actually removing the clutch basket from the bike? The service manual lists a "staking nut" (#4 in diagram below from the Challenger manual) which is torqued to 125 lb-ft which must be removed to fully take the clutch basket out, and of course this requires a special procedure for locking the crankshaft.

On the TS111 it looks like a very simple job (see this post) to change the friction plates and springs without major disassembly. Looks like you can take the pressure plate off without touching this "staking nut". Is the PowerPlus the same way?

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Looks like you're gonna have to take off that nut. The basket #17 looks to engage the crank gear and the hub #11 looks to be splined to the transmission input shaft.
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