judder spring only fixed road bike, didnt with race back, looks like im gonna have to drill basket
The one you need is 21472-41G10I'm looking at the fiche for clutch parts on MRCycles.com. They list 3 different options for one of the metal clutch plates. How do I know which one I need?
Or is it that I need 9 of one of the 3 types list and none of the other 2?
It kind of looks like maybe 10 and 11 are just later revisions of the original. So I should just order 9 x of #11?
PLATE, CLUTCH DRIVEN (T:2.3)
PLATE, CLUTCH DRIVEN (T:2.0)
PLATE, CLUTCH DRIVEN (T:2.6)
$105 is pretty good... I think you'll be fine with the kit but I think you'll need to make sure it comes with the new version of the wave washer which I'm sure it doesThanks. I was on MRCycles about to order all the individual plates and springs. It was going to be a serious chunk of change! Fortunately, I happened to notice they sell a complete kit from Suzuki that has all the plates, springs, and a gasket for $130. I looked around some more and got it from Oneida Suzuki for $105!
It doesn't say which part number it comes with for the plates, but I assume whatever it comes with will be fine.
BTW, any clue what those other plates are that I listed? I would have thought the 41G20 might be an updated/newer version of the 41G10.
Aha! It had not clicked in my brain that the T designation on the fiche stood for Thickness.With regard to the different driven plate thickness, you'll see the same thing on page 3-96 of the service manual. Except there it's the outermost plate vs. next to the outermost in the fiche. I have two guesses regarding what it's about and both relate to pack thickness. One is that there's a target thickness when new and the varying thickness allows you to better reach it. The other is that it allows you to compensate for wear on the drive plates. It's been in the service manual from the beginning so it's not a part update.
P.S. Please measure the plates in the kit when you get it and report back here.
Nope. It came with fiber plates, steel plates, 6 clutch springs, and the gasket. No wave or other washers.$105 is pretty good... I think you'll be fine with the kit but I think you'll need to make sure it comes with the new version of the wave washer which I'm sure it does
It came with:P.S. Please measure the plates in the kit when you get it and report back here. It's my impression that the kit includes the springs, drive plates, driven plates, and the cover gasket.
I updated my previous post. Here are some pics or it didn't happen.How about the thicknesses of the steel plates?
Where are you located? :bitchslap :lol3-Is there someone local who can punch me in the head for keeping this thing in storage for so long?
im confused as to where exactly we install the 750 clutch washer....? and is all else were doing is drilling holes or making them bigger?
Confused about what? It goes exactly where #14 is here. Drilling the holes is optional, honestly you really don't even need to do it.