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Does working on your quad’s clutch sound intimidating? It shouldn’t! Replacing a clutch is surprisingly easy if you follow the right steps. With one of the ATV clutch kits from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, you’ll be well on your way to getting a new clutch in your four wheeler.
We’ve got kits from major brands like EBC, Pro X, Tusk and others (depending on what’s available for your machine). Each one comes with two sets of plates (friction plates and metal plates such as steel). When placed in alternating patterns, these two sets of plates are what compose the body of the clutch. Some clutch kits include a spring set, but others don’t. Determine whether you will be using your existing springs, and then make your purchasing decisions accordingly.
You might also be interested in the Rekluse z-Start Pro, available on certain machines. It transforms your quad’s clutch system into an automatic clutch, removing all need of using the clutch lever. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, you’ll appreciate and enjoy its capabilities.
We also have a few other clutch components. For example, for some ATVs, we have clutch baskets, hubs, pressure plates or cover gaskets.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is the place to get ATV clutch kits. We offer exceptionally low prices and ship at lightning fast speeds. Check out our YouTube video to see how easy it is to replace your clutch, then order one today!
James in MO
I purchased this kit because I couldn't start my bike with it in gear and the clutch pulled in ... my old disc were warped. Very good quality haven't had the problem again 303 miles and counting. . I would suggest this kit to anyone looking to renew clutch feel and fix grabbing clutchesRead All Reviews
James in PA
My son broke his middle finger a week prior to Unadilla. With a broken finger he couldn't squeeze the stock clutch. Heard thru a friend of the Rekluse auto clutch. Installing it wasn't too bad, called Rekluse tech and they were really great helping with installation. clutch can be squeezed with one finger or just shift thru the gears with no clutch hand. Definitely worth the money, got one race on Stonehaven no plans of going back to a stock clutch.Read All Reviews