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August 1, 2003, 07:46 PM

Anyone want to help me replace the clutch on my bike? I'm SO not mechanically knowledgeable, and dont feel like paying the ridiculous prices that shops charge for service. I'll supply the beer! PM me if you think you can help out


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August 1, 2003, 11:15 PM

Clutches are simple. Just make sure you have all the parts and a new cover gasket is a good idea too (if it even has a gasket):dunno: Give me another week and I'll be back in town for good and I can help everybody with whatever they need doing.


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Clutches are simple. Just make sure you have all the parts and a new cover gasket is a good idea too (if it even has a gasket):dunno: Give me another week and I'll be back in town for good and I can help everybody with whatever they need doing.
Thanks dude. I've actually got a stator cover (I think thats what its called) that I've been wanting to replace since I wrecked last year, as well as a gasket. Welcome home, bro! My brother is still over there :2guns:


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August 2, 2003, 10:21 AM

Diggy...I'll give you a hand if you need it.
Let me know...


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August 6, 2003, 11:52 AM

I just replaced mine last night, but unfortunately I'm not in the area right now to help out. It's easy though.
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