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Just wandering if anybody has had problems with water getting in the clutches? Last weekend we were out and we were all parked in a creek, water was just under the floor boards, had a drink and went to leave and the clutches were wet.
 

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had water in clutches before, but because i went in a bit to deep and water went in by the vents.....you should check the vents at the clutch casing to make sure they are on right, if they look ok then i would check the clutch case seal and inspect the cover for any cracks, but if you opened up the clutch before, my bet would be that either the vents aren't on right or the gasket is bad.
 
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