Treats sells the tool for installing the clutch spring on the clutch just search tomos tools in the search bar. The cheap way is to use vise grips flat head screw drivers. The risk are damaging the spring by over stretching. I would disassemble the clutch inspect it then determine which parts u need to buy. There's a guy on Ebay that can reline and inspect your whole clutch for u. He uses kevlar for the clutch lining which last a very long time. I had mine done a few years ago the trick to using the kevlar is the atf gear oil mix. If u use straight atf with kevlar your clutch will shutter. The second gear needs to slip into gear. Just my two cents on my stock tomos I use the cheap cork.