Anything else I need to rebuild my clutch ????

Discussion in 'Technical' started by ray23, May 6, 2011.

  1. ray23

    ray23 Ol'Timer

    Item Name

    Quantity

    Total Price

    Status

    PLATE-FRICTION

    1

    $12.10

    Shipped

    PLATE,CLUTCH STEEL

    1

    $11.00

    Shipped

    PLATE-CLUTCH OPERATIN

    1

    $52.16

    Shipped

    BOLT,CLUTCH SPR FITT

    1

    $4.02

    Shipped

    SPACER,THRUST,T=5.5MM

    1

    $11.38

    Shipped

    BUSHING,CLUTCH

    1

    $16.28

    Shipped

    BEARING-BALL

    1

    $9.88

    Shipped

    BEARING,KTV323723

    1

    $12.86

    Shipped

    SPRING,CLUTCH

    1

    $6.00

    Shipped
     
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  3. Craig-EBC

    Craig-EBC Active Member

    Hello Ray,

    The most common parts to be replaced if a clutch is slipping are the Friction Plates and Springs. After that it depends if the Steel Plates, Bushings, Bearings etc are worn out or still servicable when you strip it down. You have a comprehensive list of parts there, but it would be a good idea to check that they are shipping you a full set of Friction Plates, Steel Plates and Springs. I thought those items look suspiciously cheap compared with the other single parts on the list. A typical clutch may have 8 Friction plates, 7 Steel Plates, 4 Springs (1 if diaphram type) etc but it varies a lot depending on the bike you have. You may also need some speical tools, such as a spring compressor if you're going to do the work yourself. It would be good to find either a service manual or manufacturers part list on the internet to know for sure.
     
  4. ray23

    ray23 Ol'Timer

    This is not one I would take on, beyond my capabilities. The list is the actual shipping list.

    Friction plates 93 Kawasaki 800, if that is going to be enough good question. The most expensive item they had listed was the clutch housing that was $360.00. Everything else seemed to be in this general price range
     
  5. ray23

    ray23 Ol'Timer

    You called it correctly need four ,more friction and steel plates and four springs This is just a maintaince move so no big deal. Things came from the states in about ten days not bad at all.
     
  6. Craig-EBC

    Craig-EBC Active Member

    Great, Happy that I could save you some time & Sorry that you had to buy some extra parts!
    Good luck with the clutch overhaul.
     
  7. ray23

    ray23 Ol'Timer

    Better to get it right the first time.

    Thanks
     

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