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DIY windowed clutch cover
« on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 04:24 pm »
I made this for my love :smitten:

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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #1 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 04:36 pm »
I used 4 mm policarbonate and gasket maker to assemble it. My friend welder helped me alot.

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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #2 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 04:37 pm »
Looks cool. I got one made up for my Bandit when I had it.
Just don't go over the top and do one for the starter and timing cover, as in my opinion it just looks too much ;) :onya:
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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #3 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 05:05 pm »
Does your love have a name  :stir: :stir: :stir:
GSXKING 3:^)
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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #4 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 05:48 pm »
Looks cool. I got one made up for my Bandit when I had it.
Just don't go over the top and do one for the starter and timing cover, as in my opinion it just looks too much ;) :onya:

I’ve seen them done on cam covers too !

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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #5 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 06:05 pm »
Great job Mate. 👍Id love one, too expensive to buy and not enough talent from me to make one.


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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #7 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 06:34 pm »
If i bought them Notty, would be my last post.She wouldnt be happy, i would. 
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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #8 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 07:04 pm »
If i bought them Notty, would be my last post.She wouldnt be happy, i would.
I would have to store them in Froudy's shed for the next 5 years  :rofl2: cant ride without my balls  :rofl2:
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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #9 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 07:09 pm »
Exactly correct.

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Re: DIY windowed clutch cover
« Reply #10 on: Monday, 12 September 2022, 07:57 pm »
What's the matter with you two, take charge, be a man, just tell her that you have decided to buy a new part for your bike and be done with it.
Keep the rubber side down.          Mick

 

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