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Well its time for me to replace my clutch. Any recommendations on what manufacturer/model to use? Budget friendly of course:) I was going to just go oem replacement route, but i was checking first if there is anything that may be better or more beneficial but remain in the same price range?

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You might want to check out your clutch basket when changing your plates. Make sure it doesn't have any wear marks/grooves in it, if it does your clutch will have a catching feeling to it. I had bought a barnett basket with my new oem clutch plates on an 05 rmz250 and loved it. The stainless steel inserts in the basket make for a smooth clutch.

Good luck!

http://www.barnettcl...rod_make=Suzuki

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Ill look into it i just doubt ill be spending that much for replacement. I barely have enough for the plates/springs :bonk:

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i dont really know what to say, i've used EBC, OEM even TUSK and cant complain much about any of them. not much of a clutch abuser though so cant give you the greatest info...

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Im not heavy clutch a buser but i swap mine out every series so basically after about 20 hours, a habbit ive done since my rm 125 days with those plates always breaking!.Nothing beats a nice smooth new clutch. I keep piles of usable spares

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Yeah im not an abuser either. I was thinking since im just a light user i feel like the tusk would be fine i mean $60 bucks with springs even if it goes bad sooner than a nicer brand i could replace 2 of them before spending the amount on a ebc oem etc.

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Yeah im not an abuser either. I was thinking since im just a light user i feel like the tusk would be fine i mean $60 bucks with springs even if it goes bad sooner than a nicer brand i could replace 2 of them before spending the amount on a ebc oem etc.

yes, i have run the tusks without any complaints, if your not to bad on the clutch than i think it is the right way to go...

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