Well, I ended up having to tear into my wet clutch to fix an oil leaking in to the CVT case. I was looking at the clutch faces on the primary clutch and noticed they've got a bit of a dish to them. Has anyone here tried to machine them flat again? I've got a friend that's an accomplished machinist who said he'd do the work if I could tell him what to do with them. Wouldn't be hard if the circlip holding the seal in the moveable face wasn't in the way. Would I be able to start the machining about a half inch from the edge of the hole and work out from there without creating a wear point for the belt? I'm thinking I would have to take off about 1/16th of an inch to clean it up.