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    Awwe the photos are gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigN8 View Post
    I found the perfect tool to mod for the clutch nut. Its from Advanced Auto for $16. You just have to grind two of the fingers off and grind the other two a little bit.

    Anyone remember or have a link to this tool?


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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    Anyone remember or have a link to this tool?


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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/1513177...117182-37290-0

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    That's a 4 pt though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    That's a 4 pt though.


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    You have to grind a couple of ears down to fit the nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    You have to grind a couple of ears down to fit the nut.
    So only two ears are needed?


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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    So only two ears are needed?


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    Yes, if I remember correctly. 180 out from one another. Once you take the clutch hub off youll be able to see the nut. What Suzuki also did was use just the lip to bend over the nut for a so called safety to keep it from backing off. Easiest is to use a impact and zip it off and apply "red" loctite and then zip it on with the impact.

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    I've never lost my nut. I epoxied in in place...........




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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemo View Post
    I've never lost my nut. I epoxied in in place...........
    Now that there explains alot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    Now that there explains alot.
    OH U SHUP Shane LOL.. I thought I was going to bed then I turned the eagles on..

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    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    Anyone remember or have a link to this tool?


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    This is the actual tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by some 9 View Post
    Damn $80.....Im in the wrong business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    Damn $80.....Im in the wrong business.
    Riiiiiight. I guess it was $59 back in the day and I thought that was nuts.


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    You may have missed this post.. All you need is to grind two points, as mentioned..
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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    Riiiiiight. I guess it was $59 back in the day and I thought that was nuts.


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    I found that Honda part on Flea-Bay for 39.95! I am in Marietta. If you need it, come get it!! I also have an electrical impact wrench that can slam it down to 105 Ft Lbs of torque!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    I found that Honda part on Flea-Bay for 39.95!
    Cool, but post #33 seems even cheaper.. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    I found that Honda part on Flea-Bay for 39.95! I am in Marietta. If you need it, come get it!! I also have an electrical impact wrench that can slam it down to 105 Ft Lbs of torque!
    Heck yeah man. I'll hit you up on than. I wanna do it in the next few weeks. 👍👍


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    Quote Originally Posted by thevili View Post
    Cool, but post #33 seems even cheaper.. :-)
    Yeah, I have that one too, but you have to shave two of the prongs off. The Honda one is a direct fit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    Heck yeah man. I'll hit you up on than. I wanna do it in the next few weeks. 


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    Just PM or call me and I will roll your way and hook it up for you! 6785217274

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    Just PM or call me and I will roll your way and hook it up for you! 6785217274
    Thx again man. I will very soon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    Just PM or call me and I will roll your way and hook it up for you! 6785217274
    Wish I would have known this JR as it was a pita to make one. Should have know u would have had it with your pro garage and all.

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    I don't know about "pro garage and all" but we can do most! BTW, I got my hub chromed; so putting the 10" wheel and 280 on went very smoothly! We are planning a run down to Warner Robins for lunch around the first of April (300 miles total). I'll let you know; hope you can roll with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    I don't know about "pro garage and all" but we can do most! BTW, I got my hub chromed; so putting the 10" wheel and 280 on went very smoothly! We are planning a run down to Warner Robins for lunch around the first of April (300 miles total). I'll let you know; hope you can roll with us.
    I want n on that action 👍


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    I don't know about "pro garage and all" but we can do most! BTW, I got my hub chromed; so putting the 10" wheel and 280 on went very smoothly! We are planning a run down to Warner Robins for lunch around the first of April (300 miles total). I'll let you know; hope you can roll with us.

    Hell yea jr im im down for the ride waiting on my hub now fro Simmons so I can install the 300 hopefully it will be done in time it's almost been 30 days since I gave home the hub so I'm hoping any day now u got my number brother hit me up with details when you figure everything out

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwilk55 View Post
    I want n on that action 


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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaro630hp View Post
    Hell yea jr im im down for the ride waiting on my hub now fro Simmons so I can install the 300 hopefully it will be done in time it's almost been 30 days since I gave home the hub so I'm hoping any day now u got my number brother hit me up with details when you figure everything out
    Will do. Randy is waiting for his front wheel and hub too. Soon as you two finish modding; we are rolling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Rider View Post
    You in!



    Will do. Randy is waiting for his front wheel and hub too. Soon as you two finish modding; we are rolling!
    4 nines rolling together. Heaven. 😃☀️🚲💨👍


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    I could tell where I can find the manual to change the clutch of my m109r 2007? Thank you in advance given the tencion

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    Quote Originally Posted by beto castillo View Post
    I could tell where I can find the manual to change the clutch of my m109r 2007? Thank you in advance given the tencion
    What I used.

    http://poisnus.com/M109RFiles/M109R%...eplacement.pdf


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    I pulled my clutch apart this afternoon to replace the hub, and will take the primary gear to the shop tomorrow
    to have them remove the locking ring, clean the threads, apply red loctite, and install the locking ring.
    Problem = I'm not sure what torque to tell them to set the impact gun.
    Various peeps have made differing statements, i.e.
    Listan 11/2007
    If I recall tighten this nut to about 75 to 80 foot pounds
    RCTUNESIT 12/2007
    we have done this repair at our shop...torqued to 65psi.
    Brent 9/2008
    I think he means 65 ft/lb not psi.. I did the math and it came to 75 ft/lb.
    Strained 02/2010
    The torque is 100 lbs/ft.
    Used Loctite Red. Torqued to 100 lbs/ft per Suzuki.
    I finally found a back door and got the information for the Honda Spanner/Socket and the Torque Spec.

    Pretty good spread between 65 & 100.

    My personal opinion is that once you introduce the red-loctite into the conversation, the high "100ft/lb"
    torque used by Suzuki is no longer necessary. Suzuki torques it so high because that tightness is the only thing
    that is stopping the ring collar from coming loose. With the red-loctite assisting the 'stopping power', the pressure
    squeezing the primary gear clutch basket (captured between the gear and the collar) doesn't have to be that high.
    I think 75ft/lb would probably suffice, .....but I went for ~85.
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