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Clutch bearings

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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Gary Westwater 2 months ago.

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  • #5473
    Ian Bradshaw
    Ian Bradshaw

    I plan on changing the bearings in my clutch and ball ramp. Do I use 7203 2RS for the clutch. Triples online forum say 7202 2Rs but I believe this to be too small. I have a T150V. With regard to the ball ramp I plan on altering it to similar to Triples Unlimited modification, do I use NSK 1101 or similar. Anyone done this mod and does it make the clutch action lighter. Thanks for any help.

  • #5474

    Angus McLeod

    Here you go


    It is 72032RS.  I thought the link would take you straight to the exact bearing. If you put 17 x 40 x 12 into the size thing plus seals it will come up with it.

    Don’t know about the Triples Unlimited mod

    • #5475
      Ian Bradshaw
      Ian Bradshaw

      Thanks Angus, a spending I will go. Ian

  • #5496

    Gary Westwater

    Hi Ian,

    I’ve fitted the Triples Unlimited ramp mechanism, however as I fitted a new Venhill cable at the same time its difficult to say how much of the improvement was down to each. Chris Rooke is fitting them to his bikes and will probably report soon on the Facebook page that goes with his manual.


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