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  1. Leaky Fork?

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    How long can you ride on a leaky fork? :O Is it safe? Got to make a trip on the bike this weekend and don't have time to put in new seals.
  2. leaky inner clutch cover

    Help Forum
    Guys...A little more help. I have a leaky inner clutch cover. Shop wants 200 to replace(parts and labor). I would rather keep the money in my pocket and do it myself. Is this a relatively simple job?? Do I need any special tools?? Not sure if I have to disassemble the clutch basket/plates to do??
  3. GSX750W leaky forks,, have seals,, are they easy to change??

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    .... and how long of a job is it to change them?? I have a track day on the 6th of April so need to get them done before then,, and only have the weekends free,, do i need any special tools to do it with?? Thanks.
  4. Clutch Question

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hey does anyone know on changing out this clutch to a aftermarket do I need to place those to rings back in? or just the new set? Never had to change my clutch
  5. Leaky Gas tank

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hey everyone for those who responded to the leaking seal on the fuel pump. I found a solution. I used the gas tank putty and mixed it and let it cure for two day and put the gasoline back in and found it to seal right up!!!! :)
  6. Leaky Gas tank

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Riding my bike the other night and notice that fuel was just leaking pretty fast from the gas tank. so I resealed the gasket that was on there and hope that it works.........I'll let you all know in a or two what happened.
  7. Leaky clutch cover

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Now that I know its an O-Ring style seal and not a gasket what is the best way to seal it up? I remember reading something about pressing shims or collars back in or some such thing? Should I order a new O-Ring gasket or are they reusable? thanks, -Rob
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