- Jul 24, 2006
It should indeed. I've already fitted a Hyde 7 plate clutch kit that cost me about £100 not long after I bought the bike. The clutch only has 9,000 miles on it from new and there isn't any wear on the internal spines etc. If I could trial things free of charge such as another 7 plate clutch kit just to make sure that they aren't the issue I would keep trying a bit longer.The T140 clutch should work...
That's not a bad idea. Just out of interest, can you buy them in the UK. I can't seem to find any availability. I know that they are available in the USA.The posts above talk about new Barnet plain plates, maybe give them a try?
Yes.And forgive me if this has already been mentioned, but you are using an oil compatible with a wet clutch?
I'm going to try fitting a shim on the taper first to rectify the positioning problem. If I can get this to work, it will be quick and cost pennies. After that I may look at copper coating or hard chroming the taper to achieve the same effect, but that's a bit more fannying about.