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I'm planning to replace the rollers, springs and caps in the starter clutch on my Bomber. Is any sort of lubricant used on these parts? I assumed the parts ran dry then read somewhere to use a high temperature silicone grease. My manual doesn't say. What's the correct method. Thanks!

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johnzmg said:
I'm planning to replace the rollers, springs and caps in the starter clutch on my Bomber. Is any sort of lubricant used on these parts? I assumed the parts ran dry then read somewhere to use a high temperature silicone grease. My manual doesn't say. What's the correct method. Thanks!

John
They don't need anything - there's a small amount of oil reaching that area naturally.
 

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Chances are all you will need to change is the springs.
Just yesterday I changed a starter clutch on a cb750k5 after replacing the springs in the original and it still did not work.
It turned out to be the starter clutch gear hub was so worn out because of the 10.25:1 compression ratio from the 836 pistons that it had to be replaced.
 
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