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    Ha! Well spotted. Actually they all have nuts there. I used some bolts to pull the cases together evenly but they got too long once pulled in. I'll fit the JIS std screws next.
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    Grr I mutha humping hate those stoopid snoozookie clutch springs. What the heck is wrong with a few simple screws like everyone else?!??

    My puller is too thick. Think I'll make a tiewire attachment.

    Not shown: correct screws fitted in other side.

    Robs donated GP clutch basket with 1 more plate than TF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Grr I mutha humping hate those stoopid snoozookie clutch springs. What the heck is wrong with a few simple screws like everyone else?!??

    My puller is too thick. Think I'll make a tiewire attachment.
    I made a nice one from a piece of 8mm rod. Filed the end into a narrow hook and had a hole through the other end for a screwdriver to be used as a handle. Somebody needed it more than me.

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    S'funny I never had this much drama with my old TS I put into an RG frame. Actually I think it was your RG frame. Maybe I had a better pull tool back then. Not sure where it came from but. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Grr I mutha humping hate those stoopid snoozookie clutch springs. What the heck is wrong with a few simple screws like everyone else?!??
    I feel your pain.

    A Suzuki GN125 clutch inner has screws and looks like it might fit. I am going to try one on my GP100.

    GN125 Clutch 6 plates.jpg

    The GN clutch. 6 plates. The GN splines are the same as the GP and TF.

    GN-GP Splines inside.jpgGN-GP Clutch Parts.jpgGN-GP Splines Outside.jpg
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    Well the tie wire worked, but that was 1\2 hr of concentration and fiddly placement that I'll never get back.

    Side cover on. Just check the clutch. . . and it's locked solid! Puller pulls side cover on. But no further. Oh, right. The extra plate means the puller is now a few mm closer. Bet the GP one is shorter. Either I hunt in the spares or put a spacer behind it. . realisation. . and have to take off that friggin plate to swap it

    Time to give up. Made a couple of base gaskets and glued up the kick starter hole. Bah!
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    Ahh, I see. They're a pushy type like the RG rather than a pully type like, erm the TS. Spacer it is.
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