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using Japanese bike clutch plates

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I'm interested in using friction material plates but NOT the more expensive Barnett ones for bultaco.  read on here about using certain Japanese bike plates and it looks like the kit that is sold by Bultaco UK(?) uses that type plate evidenced by much bigger inside dia.  Anyway, all these plates are listed as 110 O.D.  but I'm measuring the Bultaco hub I.D. right at 110.  are the plates slightly under or do they have to be filed down to fit?  I know the tabs are wider but I'm talking about the diameter of the plate fitting the dia of the hub.

unfortunately I just buttoned up the clutch side on my son's 87 Honda cr80 after inspecting the clutch.  at the time I wasn't aware of the interchange-ability of the Japanese clutches.  I'm not too interested in dissembling his bike again just to check the fit of the Honda plates.  thanks

 

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its there in black and white for you to read?

Whatever you do it will still be a bultaco clutch and it isnt going to make much difference.

Ride it.

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