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Tonti clutch I am about to install my rebuilt 1000cc engine in my 850 T and think it prudent to use a new clutch instead of the old one. What is the best way to go? Bonded or riveted plates

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2mm or 4mm? It gets very little milage per yearGet the 4 mm spline and you'll get bonded plates to suit with heaps better wear of the splines and hence a less grabby long term action.,

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