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I came home today from a day at the track and realized that my clutch cover was very dirty. After inspecting the cover I realized that my rear brake some how punched a small hole in the cover. Now is there a way to fix that small hole or would i be better off buying a new cover. It is leaking oil but not allot. Maybe I should just try not to drop it.

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JB weld will work fine if you dont want to replace it immediately. File down the brake lever flat where it contacts the cover. Mine had a sharp edge that could have easily knocked a hole in the cover.

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i've done that on two of my bikes so far, its just a small flaw in design, and jb weld works great, ran it for an entire season!! rivet some rubber to the inside of the break pedal

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yea happened to me... second day i have my bike* first ride*

i was so happy about my new bike i took it to AZ and stupidity overwhelmed me i just tanked it up the side of a small mtn. all of a sudden it turned rocky as :thumbsup: punched a hole in the side the first half hour... :applause::applause::applause::applause::applause:

took me a week to get a new clutch cover to ride my new used bike.

in the mean time :ride::applause: .

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Just make sure none of the JB gets into the case.

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man of heard of this alot,I read you should file down the first two spikes.

I still havent yet,think i better though! ive seen worst jb welded case covers,

stuff works......most of the time if in a nice flat spot.

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yup, but mine was on my igniton side, i ended up having it laser welded, yes it is possible to have it done

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