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    Question Clutch buttons/ramp shoe

    I noticed a broken clutch button on my secondary... 98 SRX 700. Iíve never had to change these before so Iím wondering how they come out and how they go in. Do you just pry them out with a screwdriver? It looks like they just push in. Do I need to put locktite on the new ones before putting them in? Any input would be great

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    Pry or Vice-Grip them. They slide it. No Locktite.
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    Awesome. Thank you

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    go oe for better button life. aftermarket ones might be good for a season if you are lucky.
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    Just changed some today. You can punch out the old ones threw the back.
    2000 Venture 700

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