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Old 03-21-2012, 09:50 AM   #51
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Location: Atlanta, GA
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Originally Posted by malloy View Post
JVB : How about these: bleeding, cleaning, maintenance and replacement of clutch slave; disconnecting the side stand safety switch; lubing drive shaft splines @ transmission end; replacing throttle cables; installing a power outlet plug; replacing the EWS ring and getting rid of those damn security screws. Pretty common, not too difficult with guidance. Love your stuff
+1 on this

Throw in changing rear main output seal, transmission seal and final drive seal. A huge and heavy job, but would save us lots of $$, as I had to have the job done myself.

Clutch replacement
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