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Would it be possible to rent someone's clutch holder? Maybe I could pay you the full amount and get a refund of some after mailing it back?

New OEM Suzuki Holder Clutch S
OEM Part Number: 09920-53740 | Previous: 09920-50710

I saw there are two part numbers. 09920-53740 is in my Hanes manual, but the older 09920-50710 part number might be less if I have to buy it. Can either be used?

That tool looks really simple - just two pieces of metal that spread out I think.

Is there a certain generic tool I could get from Harbor Freight or the like to use instead?

It's for a 2007 GSXR 6OO. I have an engine knock - I think it's a rod bearing. I have the engine out and was getting ready to crack the case.

Thanks!
 

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Just buy one man. They ain't that expensive and make a nice addition to the tool box.
 

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Would it be possible to rent someone's clutch holder? Maybe I could pay you the full amount and get a refund of some after mailing it back?

New OEM Suzuki Holder Clutch S
OEM Part Number: 09920-53740 | Previous: 09920-50710

I saw there are two part numbers. 09920-53740 is in my Hanes manual, but the older 09920-50710 part number might be less if I have to buy it. Can either be used?

That tool looks really simple - just two pieces of metal that spread out I think.

Is there a certain generic tool I could get from Harbor Freight or the like to use instead?

It's for a 2007 GSXR 6OO. I have an engine knock - I think it's a rod bearing. I have the engine out and was getting ready to crack the case.

Thanks!
Hey dude,

Did u ever get that tool? If so, can I rent it?
 

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RichW426 made his own from some steel stock and, crude though it was, it worked fine. There were some nice pics of it in post #10 here but Photoshop now blurs them so I don't know if you can tell what he did.

Another possibility is to download the K5/K6 1000 clutch mod instructions and read through them. They present methods for getting around using the tool.
 
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