[DML] Clutch Forks
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[DML] Clutch Forks

Who would ever thing you could rebuild a clutch fork. 
We'll I did. As the clutches and forks get older they are rusting more 
all the time. The clip that holds the fork in place are breaking and a 
new replacement forks are costing $200.00+. I have brand new ones in 
What I'm doing is bead blasting the old ones, replating them and 
putting a Stainless Steel fork back on them that we made. This will 
last I guess a lifetime. 
If you buy your clutch from me then I will upgrade the fork providing 
it's rebuildable one for $40.00. 
If your putting in a new clutch you better look at the fork and the
clip fork.
Take a look on the web sight under transmission for more visual details.
John Hervey


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