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post #1 of 9 Old 12-23-2010, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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knocking noise from bottom end...

Was just wondering, I hear a knocking noise from the crank when she's warm, when I press on the clutch it goes away, it only does it when in neutral and the clutch is out. Is this normal or should I be worried about it.
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Try reading this, It should help.
https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthre...clutch+bearing

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Would this be considered a "Warranty Issue" if there is an updated part available?
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you could argue , but I doubt it. Depends on youre dealer.

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Ha ok, good to see its just the clutch bearing, how hard is it to replace ?
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its nothin dont worry about it. it's not ur clutch bearing... its just forb the grears spinnig freely... mine has made the noise since i got her new outa the crate

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ine got bad, it toasted my basket and i just oput a new basket and ebc clutch pads, it is fine now. and honda will phuck you on the warranty as always, i tried that route, they claim improper clutch adjustment.

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I had the same noise and i took it too a place and i spon the crank bearing. i got lazy with checking the oil and i was burning oil
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Thanks for the input guys, the quad is not under warranty anyways as I import it from the states to Canada.
Getting my stem fixed and will probably change the bearing for the new one just in case ;)
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