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Take off the left side body panel. You may also need to remove any crashguards or racks it they get in the way of removing other parts.
Rear hub cover removed.
The next step is to take off the clutch nut.
Insert the special clutch holding tool over the nut, inserting the pins on the tool into the slots of the cover. You may have to jiggle things a bit to get it all to line up. Do not use a screwdriver to hold the clutch instead of the special tool!!
View showing the clutch nut removed.
Shove the air filter out of the way once the bolts have been removed.
Now you can start to remove the bolts that hold on the cover
As you remove the bolts, pay careful attention to any clips holding brake lines and other lines.
Some bolts may be awkward to get to, especially with crash bars
View with the cover removed
Check the inside of the clutch bell for grooves, irregularities.
Using a special tool to hold the variator cover in place while the nut is removed
Pay attention to the orientation of the washers. It's important when you re-assemble to get it right.
Taking off the outer plate of the variator.
Half the variator removed
Feeling for grooves or irregularities on one side of the variator.
View with the variator, belt and clutch off.
Feeling the roller grooves for any notching or roughness.
Using some green scotchbrite pad to remove any accumulated gunk in the roller grooves.
Feeling the other side of the variator for for roughness or grooves. It should be smooth.
View of the clutch / variator area with everything off
Cleaning the roller grooves with brake cleaner. Pretty much everything should be well cleaned before being put back.
Reassembly is in reverse order, using new belts and rollers. Rollers can develop flat spots, belts will show signs of cracking, delamination and heat damage.