Re: What Clutch to get
Panzer arrived about 9am and we started in. Got the trans out, clutch replaced with siebenrock plate, plate qnd cover were not in bad shape, only a very slight dishing of a couple thousandths so I decided to go ahead and use them.
The main seal replaced, trans seals, in and output seals replaced, slave replaced, O-ring replaced. The O-ring is hard as a rock and square with signs of oil seepage so I guess i was not totally out of my mind in tearing it down.
Installed new bushings on the throttle body and replaced the radiator hose i used to attach the breather previously with a proper material breather tube that can handle the oil and vapor.
Panzer was a Godsend and a real trouper. Having that second set of hands when installing the transmission made a 5 minute job of what Panzer spent 3 hours doing by himself. The tools he fabricated also made quick work of setting the seals and making sure they were evenly installed and at the correct depth. Attaching a picture of todays dead men. Now the process of getting all those things I pulled off , labeled and put in red party cups back on the bike.
Sugar Hill, GA
2001 K1200LTI – Champagne (current ride) Lazy Susan
1998 R1100RT – Never should have sold it
1974 Yamaha TX 750 Twin. Omni Phase Balanced
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