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Slack in tranny case

A buddy of mine just picked up a 1993 gsx 600f and in giving it the once over, noticedsome slack in the clutch work after taking all the plates out. does the bike come stock with a little slippage, or is he missing a shim? can you help us out and possibly direct us to a website with schematics for furure reference??? thanks, Zech

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I have no idea if it comes with a little slippage, but for a schematic you can check ou http://www.Alpha-Sports.com Should be clear if he's missing a shim or not.
Hope it works out.
Greetzzzz, Gilbert.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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