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1972 TC125 clutch

This is a discussion on 1972 TC125 clutch within the Suzuki forums, part of the Manufacturers category; Hello there, im new to motorcycles and i recently got my old tc 125 running that i bought a few ...


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Default 1972 TC125 clutch

Hello there, im new to motorcycles and i recently got my old tc 125 running that i bought a few years ago and it seems to need a clutch quite badley. cable by the lever is adjusted all the way and its hard to pull in. clutch also slips.

Bike is stipped of all street legalness so i only think is a 72 bc it says "8/72" under "motor co. LTD" on the small part of the sticker left on the front of the frame.

Ive looked online for clutch pads but all the websites only go back to 1973 tc125s should the 72 and 73 use the same clutch pads?

also I have no idea where id get springs or the metal disks, thinking of buying a new basket would they come with that possibly?


Do clutch pads and the plates come in standard sizes?

Any help would be greatly apreciated, im kinda in the dark here ive been searching but not much luck.
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