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christoswr

How to change clutch springs!!!

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Lay the bike on it's left side, pull the clutch cover, remove 6 bolts on the pressure plate, pull springs, put in new ones, tighten bolts in a cross pattern, install clutch cover and put bike back on the stand.

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Why are you only changing the springs? If your clutch is slipping, you will need frictions and maybe even steels then the springs will help.

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Why are you only changing the springs? If your clutch is slipping, you will need frictions and maybe even steels then the springs will help.

My clutch is not slipping! I just got some new springs for free so i thought i should check the clutch and if its springs are below the free length limit i will put the new ones.

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