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parts price query?

This is a discussion on parts price query? within the RM forums, part of the Suzuki category; how much does a motorcycle shop usualy charge for a clutch change and new shifter gear forks for a 1991 ...


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Old 12-27-2008   #1
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how much does a motorcycle shop usualy charge for a clutch change and new shifter gear forks for a 1991 rm125
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The best way to find out is to call you local service shop. They are going to be able to look up the price on expected parts, and give you an estimate including hours.My brother works at a motorcycle salvage/service shop. They typically run a fair bit cheaper to get work done than the dealership. ------
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Usually it is the price of the parts plus the hourly rate of $80 per hour. I am willing to bet your looking at a 3 hour job. ------
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