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Clutch rattle kawasaki gt750 p5 is overhaul kit available for clutch basket ? ie cush rubbers and rivets to split clutch basket renew rubbers and re rivet assembly also exploded view of shaft drive transfwer box on engine and final drive unit thanks

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No there is not a kit available. I have tried it myself before and used other spec material for the damper in the clutch and made the rivets myself. Worked great but is very timely. I'd actually recommend buying a new basket. The side pedals on the original basket often get grooves from the clutch plates wearing on them which can cause clutch chatter too.

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