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Hey gang I am in the process of changin all the plates (friction, steels) and was wonderin if there is anything special I need to pay attn. to. I changed out the frictions once allready but she still slips a bit. This time I want to get it right so I am going to change everything. Any advice welcome

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The first plates you install are special ones.

The order of assembly is:

Spring Washer Seat

Spring Washer (should be a little gap at the outter edge, if not remove it and flip it around)

The large drive plate goes on next

then the driven

then a regular drive

and so on

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Man, they are pretty basic, but I'll try.

The spring washer seat is well, a huge washer, fits on the center hub.

The spring washer is also a spring, but if you put it on a table, the outter edge is raised (unless you have it upside down!)

Drive plate has the figners on the outside

Driven plate has the fingers on the inside.

Does that help?

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You are talkin from the outside in correct? So the different friction plate goes on dead last? I thought it was the very first to be put on?

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Yhanks for the heads up so far it seems to be a no- brainer (just like to make sure of things first) got the bike up and running again:ride: Now I have a different issue the :censored: thing is a year old:foul: Never another suzuki, I swear.... My hud is on the fritz wonderin if I have some sort of electrical issue...It blinks in and out but never settles in- Know of anything that might cause this?:banghead:

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