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1998 Suzuki TL1000r may have a tl1000s clutch basket because it has five bolts on it when I look up the 1998 tr1000r has 6 bolts I have already purchased the 6 bolt clutch basket which is bigger.

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Convert to other measurement standards at the site below.
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As for where the oil drain plug is, remove the four bolts that hold the bottom fairing in place and it should be easy to spot.

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If it's a single thread and there are at least 5 to 6 threads total, you might be able to run a tap (same size) through the hole and be fine. Just make sure you use a good flexible washer/gasket to reduce the need to torque the plug down.

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SOURCE: chain broke on suzuki tl1000r, jammed into front

I am not familiar with your set up but what you describe is very common.The bad news is you have probably bent your clutch push rod and have broken your crankcase. Which means complete disassembly of the motor and weld the case or replace the case. Perhaps an ebay or salvage motor with a good case? Good luck you have your work cut out for you.

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SOURCE: how tight should clutch basket bolts be,do you

if you mean the bolts that hold the clutch plate in the basket??...then bolts should be done down all the way!!

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Check the diagram below to be sure all parts are present. The nut should be tightened to 43 foot pounds torque. Be sure the lock washer tab holds the nut in place.

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