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Im thinkin about buying a used bike but it needs a newclutch . how hard is it to replace. i have worked on quite a few cars but not so many bikes

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Its very easy,,you will obviously need new clutch plates and side cover gasket,you need to remove the side cover ,and the clutch basket will be right in front of you,undo the pressure plate and remove the friction plates and steel plates then fit the new plates the same as you removed the old ones.

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