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Thanks so much for this. Still waiting for the parts but any day now they should be here!

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Thanks again Bluto.
I reckon I've got it clear in my head now.
Basically the new judder spring parts act as the first friction plate to go in, then steel plate, then normal friction etc all the way out.
and I'll watch the orientation of the pressing on the steels.
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You have to watch the pressing on both plates; friction and steel, the rounded edge toward the pressure plate, not toward the tranny. When you press the clutch lever the action will be easier as the rounded edge got less friction. The "cutting" edge will be push by the pressure plate, not your hand.
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Thankyou rejeanprimeau. That is excellent advice and makes sense.
I will do that.
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My parts arrived yesterday arvo, so I was straight down to get them!
Put it all in no worries, except stymied by that tiny circlip that holds the throw out bearing shaft in place. I lost it, then found it! but its out of round, so off to auto parts shop in the morning. I'm not putting a bent one in. 5 cent circlip could stop me in the future.
On the up side, everything looked brand new in there! Grenade plate was in perfect condition and primary chain perfect. Not a bit of grit in the oil. It only has 29000km on it, but I'm happy anyhow.
I'd like to thank everyone who offered advice. I really appreciate it. It made the project doable.
I'll let you know how the test ride goes tomorrow!
Thanks again!
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