Based on many people's experience here, I took a look at my outer clutch basket to see how the spring retaining washers were looking. Since I was doing the clutch bushing, cam chain, blah, blah, blah... this was a no brainer. Sadly, mine was hammered after 18K miles. Since, I had IndyUnlimited's(Dan's) flywheel puller and he makes the awesome retaining washers, I asked him if he had the parts to fix my clutch. He did and was willing to sell with them. Next step, how to perform the fix? Hmmmm...Dan recommended the moto shop as he is not a fan of doing the work on these himself, but after 0.1 microseconds he offered to do mine if I helped. What a trooper. He only lives 1.5 hours away. Dan's got the moto addiction real good. The only cure is more motorcycles and ideas to be implemented. So the following pictures are of the process needed to fix your outer clutch hub. Start by carefully grinding off the rivet's on the outside. Then mark with a sharpie the rivet locations and use a press to press them out. Then seperate the pieces. Here are my hammered washers. Errr....in some cases plugs. with Dan's parts next to some hammered ones. Take the new washers and put into a spring. Place in compressor(vise in this case) and put into the middle plate. Use a rubber mallet to align in the middle. Like so. Some of the damage caused by the springs moving around freely. Reassemble the pieces. Some of the tools used. Heat up the rivet, red hot. Place rivet into location and use the air hammer on the skinny side and place the inner side up against something hard and stable. We used the vice with a sacrificial quarter taped in place to create a small offset. Use a hammer and punch to mushroom the outer side so everything is real tight. All done after finishing the 3rd rivet. Dan then had me file off my divets from the clutch pack on the drive side. This helps make the clutch smoother to engage. It was lots of fun for me to see and do this. But I'm sure Dan is a bit tired of it. Anyways, THANKS DAN!