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LARGE C CLIP DONT KNOW WHERE IT GOES POSSIBLY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY OR CLUTCH BASKET I FITTED NEW CLUTCH PLATES. DONT EVEN KNOW IF IT IS OFF BIKE. FOUND CLIP LYING ON FLOOR. ANY IDEAS PLEASE. (C CLIP IS INTERNAL APPROX 30MM)

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Only one on this that I know of, it holds the clutch housing together, oopps.

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