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Hmm...didn't check for that. Don't really have a good way to do it anyway.
I'd replace the steels at this point, in that case.

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I'm not familiar with your slipper clutch set up but worn springs also tend to produce a clutch slipping sensation with the plates still being good.
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I'm not familiar with your slipper clutch set up but worn springs also tend to produce a clutch slipping sensation with the plates still being good.
The STM doesn't use the traditional type of springs. It uses 2 "springs" that are basically big Belleville washers with cutouts made in them. Hard to explain.

They are the ones in the upper right corner. The primary is the bigger one on the left and the secondary is the smaller one on the right.



I'm pretty sure they are good since they're so stiff, and the secondary spring I just put in last year. That just controls how much engine braking you have.

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