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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!
Jon in NC
First let me say that an auto-clutch will make your life much easier on a 4-stroke. It's almost like cheating, because you can lug the bike, lock the rear wheel with the brake, or lay it down and never worry about stalling. Only if you do something really dumb like pulling 4th gear at a crawl in a corner will it stall. I started with the 2.0 and never installed it, then when the 3.0 came out I called RM and they agreed to exchange at no cost!! Great service!! The EXP 3.0 is great for moderate level riding, but for MX racing you need the Core EXP 3.0. Where the EXP replaces some of your clutch plates with the auto-clutch unit and requires heavier springs, the Core comes with a slightly larger clutch cover that allows you to use the full complement of plates and normal weight springs. The difference is a normal clutch pull vs a stiff pull, and also better durability and smoothness. With the Hondas in particular, the EXP alone can lead to clutch chatter which sounds worse than it really is, but it is hard on the basket cushions. I ended up upgrading through Rekluse directly to the Core EXP, plus got one of their billet baskets with new cushions and all new Rekluse plates. Have not installed yet as of this writing...to be continued. Currently back on a 2-stroke.Read All Reviews