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See http://ttr250.com/Clutch_replacement/Clutch_fitting.htm



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followed this guide (dropped and replaced the oil rather than lay the bike down)
wworked an absolute treat, new clutch plates and springs.... easy. thanks TTRfan

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About to fit new friction plates and springs to my own TTR and thought I would read my guide. Just as well I did as I now realise that I have forgotten to soak the new friction plates disbelief EBC say they need to soak for a couple of hours but I am in no rush so will leave them soaking overnight.

That also leave time for me to order a new cover gasket from Totally TTRs - something else my guide suggested I should have got in - just in case no

Brian



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