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    Default 916 clutch rebuild

    Think its about time my 916 was back on the road
    needs a clutch rebuild whats the cheapest way to go about it
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    would i be correct in thinking all dry clutches are the same ?
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    The standard dry clutch for the 748/9** and 900SS/900 Monsters are the same. The only things that can sometimes differ are the slave cylinder push rods.

    The plates, pressure plates, baskets are all interchangeable. (as far as I am aware)

    Yorkie

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    thanks
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    Apparently plates for a Suzuki GS650 fit and are cheaper. Haven’t tried it yet myself but there are several threads on various forums.

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    clutch basket is not to bad friction plates are toast might try the suzi ones
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    There are some reasonably priced friction plates on the usual selling sites:

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F223247125434

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F401448066094

    Yorkie

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