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Clutch specs. 03 RM 125 clutch pad thickness spring length

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I just replace my clutch in my 04 rm125 tonite.i rode my bike with clutch going for about 4 months.last week locked up iv learn if it locks up stop .change clutch and spring asap.to answer your question if your having problems ....EBAY EBAY brought new clutch and springs for $42 with shipping ...... the best part shipped in 2 days

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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    i should have miked my before i put it in

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