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Suzuki clutch
« on: 13.12. 2014 17:31 »
Hi Guys
I was wondering what's involved in converting a Suzuki Clutch onto a A10.  Thanks Guys Jeff

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Re: Suzuki clutch
« Reply #1 on: 13.12. 2014 18:35 »
I'm no expert in this, but I think it is two-step process:

  • Remove Suzuki from the clutch.
  • Attach A10 to the clutch.

Apologies if I have overlooked any steps.  *smile*
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Re: Suzuki clutch
« Reply #2 on: 13.12. 2014 19:16 »
HI
Jeff, type "suzuki clutch" into the search box at the top of the web page
there have been several previous discussions

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Re: Suzuki clutch
« Reply #3 on: 13.12. 2014 20:56 »
I am appropriately chastised by John's good suggestion.
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Re: Suzuki clutch
« Reply #4 on: 13.12. 2014 21:23 »
Hi Richard
Absolutely no chastising intended  *grins*

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Re: Suzuki clutch
« Reply #5 on: 14.12. 2014 02:23 »
I did a search this was all I got
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Clutch, Primary & Gearbox / Suzuki clutch
« Message by jfligg on 13.12. 2014 17:31 »
Hi Guys
I was wondering what's involved in converting a Suzuki Clutch onto a A10.  Thanks Guys Jeff


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Clutch, Primary & Gearbox / Re: Suzuki clutch
« Message by chaterlea25 on 13.12. 2014 19:16 »
HI
Jeff, type "suzuki clutch" into the search box at the top of the web page
there have been several previous discussions

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« Message by RichardL on 13.12. 2014 18:35 »
I'm no expert in this, but I think it is two-step process:

1.Remove Suzuki from the clutch.
2.Attach A10 to the clutch.

Apologies if I have overlooked any steps.  *smile*

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Re: Suzuki clutch
« Reply #6 on: 14.12. 2014 07:59 »
I found that if I went to the Home Page first before the search I got a list of entries. Here is one of them that might help. Cheers, John

http://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=4560
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