Clutch cage ((wanted))

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Clutch cage ((wanted))

Post by Daveofreading » Sat Aug 12, 2017 10:02 am

As it says on the tin ''
But now for the small print
Iv been doing quite a bit of reading on here and many say it's an easy fix. But if you don't work in this field then not so easy. Iv spoke to a local garage and explained that I want new clutch cage and friction plates and cable renewed. They come back with well we're unsure on a price an till we look in to it. I'm to long in the tooth for that game. I no in the past garages have come back saying yer we have done this that and the other.
And at a later date finding out they just done a quick fix. So don't want to pay for new gear to find out that they just filed down the cage n changed the oil and put a new shiny clutch cable in !!So if your local and can help I'd appreciate it !!!!
If you can help ? I'm in reading and don't mind dipping in my pocket to pay but I don't trust any garage and in my experience most are crooks that's last thing I need
At the mo
Ride safe
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Re: Clutch cage ((wanted))

Post by twmtomos1 » Sat Aug 12, 2017 3:13 pm

Hi, id get in touch with Minter /sportax ,hes only in Oxford and you might not need all the bits you have said you need ,a local garage wouldnt have the special tools required to do the job theres quite a bit of work if you havent done one before so sportax could be cheaper,good luck
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Re: Clutch cage ((wanted))

Post by ZIP TIE » Sat Aug 12, 2017 3:14 pm

Gary at Sportax is only about 20-30 miles from you. And if you want a honest Rotax specialist he's your man!
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Re: Clutch cage ((wanted))

Post by Wirralman » Sat Aug 12, 2017 4:04 pm

Probably just needs the grooves filing out of your clutch basket It's a straightforward job if you have the time and want to do it yourself You can measure the clutch plates to see if they are within limits Either way, I would renew the clutch springs whilst it is apart
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Re: Clutch cage ((wanted))

Post by Vtrsp1da » Mon Aug 14, 2017 5:57 am

Dave you have a Pm
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