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Clutch Plates/Clutch Disk

I'm about to order replacement clutch plates and clutch disk from ronayers.com but I'm a bit confused as to what clutch disks need to be ordered.

I know that I need 9 disks and 8 plates. Looking at the microfiche it seems that all 8 clutch plates are the same part, but there are 3 different clutch disks.

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/200_03...20&parent=5320

Am I correct in assuming that I need to get (1) 22201-MAL-600, (1)22202-MAE-000, and (7) 22201-MAS-E00?



I'm also going to get a Barnett Spring per the suggestions of other members.

Is there anything else I need to replace while I'm down there?

thanks
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Re: Clutch Plates/Clutch Disk

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I'm about to order replacement clutch plates and clutch disk from ronayers.com but I'm a bit confused as to what clutch disks need to be ordered.

I know that I need 9 disks and 8 plates. Looking at the microfiche it seems that all 8 clutch plates are the same part, but there are 3 different clutch disks.

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/200_03...20&parent=5320

Am I correct in assuming that I need to get (1) 22201-MAL-600, (1)22202-MAE-000, and (7) 22201-MAS-E00?



I'm also going to get a Barnett Spring per the suggestions of other members.

Is there anything else I need to replace while I'm down there?

thanks
those are the three plates that i bought for the 929rr. and i also went for the barnett springs. even though they're supposedly stiffer, i really didn't notice the increase in tension when pulling in the clutch.
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