Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Laclede, Id, USA
Re: Clutch removal and reassembly
Thanks Sully, taking a short break, I am trying to remove thwe swingarm and have those torqued nutss of pretty easily, I dont thionk when they wokked on my bike last they torqued it right, will need to read further, I down to the small shaft inside, need info on how that comes out, will study a few pics to learn, where online can one find the shop manual free? Thanks and slowly getting to the clutch! I'll have some poics an stuff to help you out when I ge done. too.
Brian A. Brodhead
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