What clutch brand lasts the longest and slips the least for a 86 Yamaha IT 200

What clutch brand lasts the longest and slips the least for a 86 Yamaha IT-200?

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  • Type f is the best, I always change my oil after every race. Zero issues in different bikes since 1981 !

  • Thanks for the feedback guys!, I think I'm gonna try running a Barnett clutch with Bell Ray light viscosity gear oil

  • Tractor fluid works too.

  • I use the same fluid Bobby Ward

  • Its like 29.00 for 5 gallons !

  • I use type f I mean Bobby Ward

  • I use what ever i have, not really brand loyal, don't like to waste money on big brands when the cheaper ones do the same thing.

  • I like type f because ever oil change I do it looks the same as when I put it in Bobby Ward

  • never tried tractor fluid - it looks like it's a better choice than atf f even - it has extreme presure additives, so it's better for gears. and it's wet clutch safe...whats the viscosity like? clutch engagement smooth like atf?

  • I ran it with my rekluse on my yz, so i can't really say. Figured if it worked in my forklift that weighs about 30,000 lbs, surely it was good enough for my 200 lb bikes clutches. I always change oil after every race no matter what i'm running, keeping it clean is the most important part no matter the fluid you chose to use.