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Old 11-28-2012, 07:31 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Geek View Post
The clutch plates/springs are pretty easy to do.. you can swap them in ~20 mins if you know what you are doing (check the HOW if you aren''t familiar - www.ktm950.info ). Mine had been fine for 25,000 miles .. and then one day I decided to ride the bike over Pearl Pass

I ordered my plate/spring kit from CJdesigns and it was at my door two days later



p.s. make sure you properly torque/spec the clutch plate spring bolts so you don't pull a "Qwik"
Now that is a clean arse work bench... No beer caps , grease, dirt, extra bolts which weren't needed Bravo
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