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Morning all!
As the newbie here get ready to expect some real mundane questions!
Can i start with one thats probably been done to death but i cant find it.
Got a TRX 350 fm1 here in the UK & the clutch has packed up. Is there a workshop/service manual available as a download that would help me out?
Many thanks in advance all!
Madmerv! :funnypolaris:
 

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merv , you'll guys over on the other bank of the pond have a different way of putting things , " the clutch packed up " ??? does it mean it left , quit it's job , or is it packed up with goo from not changing or using a cheap oil ? which one of the clutches are you working on , shift or centrifugal ?
 

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Madmerv, welcome to the forum. You can download service manuals right in this forum. Look in the Honda ATV Schematics/Manual Help section.
 

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Hello,

Welcome to the forums! Rancher 350 service manuals are HERE. Let us know if we can be of any assistance.
 

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I too would like to know what "packed up" means.

I ran the wife's uncle's 350FM I've been working on up and down the street last weekend. Clutches slipped like mad and I tried to adjust them and now it won't pull at all, so I'm going to be replacing clutches.

Undo three bolts holding front differential in place, pull it forward till the front driveshaft will come off (will probably require some prying).

Take off fender flares up front, set wheeler up on the back rack (front wheels straight up, make sure you have little to no gas in it when you do this, and the petcock off).

Remove front cover, remove clutches, install new clutches, put cover back on.

Make sure you put a new front output seal in the front engine cover and remove and grease the clutch adjuster while you have it off.

You may or may not have to remove the fan to have enough clearance to get everything off.

Make sure you don't flip the one-way bearing in the centrifugal clutch, and make sure that when you tighten the 4 bolts/ springs on the change clutch that the discs are tight and not floating.
 
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