Here's how to replace the clutch and primary chain on a Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle. See my Bullet at http://www.hoohoohoblin.com/ It was difficult to get everything to fit in a 10-minute video. My Royal Enfield Bullet 500 had some broken rollers on its primary chain, and the clutch was slipping, so I replaced both of them. It's easy to do and parts are cheap, so I'd recommend doing both if you're going to be doing work on one or the other. The whole job is easy and can be done in an afternoon if you have the right tools. I could have used a clutch hub puller, but my clutch hub was worn out and needed to be replaced, so I used a big caveman tool to remove it, which bent it out of shape. I replaced the clutch hub and basket with the Miracle Clutch from Nfieldgear, and I fitted it with 3 normal clutch springs and 3 heavy duty clutch springs. I was told by someone that I could fit 5 friction plates into the clutch, but I tried it and there was no room, so I went with 4, which is the standard setup for a Royal Enfield Bullet 500 classic motorcycle. If you need to repair your motorcycle's primary chain or clutch, I hope this video helps.
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