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To fit friction plates on clutch to yamaha sr125

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The last plate is a cork type then a steel plate. if you set them down on a cloth untill all plates have been used then install them so the cork friction plate is last 1 installed you should have installed them correctly..hope this helps. if they are new plates soak them in oil over night as this will stop them burning out and help them bed in quicker

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