Question about Suzuki Inazuma Motorcycles
No clutch is hard to change...as long as you've got the manual, big tools and do the proceed step by step as it says....dont just put them back any way you want.... there is a specific pattern to most clutch plates. Make sure that the new ones are soaked in oil before putting them on. if you lean your bike over enough you might not have to even drain any oil.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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