97 K12RS Clutch Parts List Update
I put together a list (this is an image so it can be read on one page - can't upload and .xls file for some reason) of the possible replacement parts, excluding damage that might happen during dis-assembly - which won't happen! to start. Some of these I will not need, but it seems like a clean first cut. These are stock prices. It is interesting that the add ons almost double the cost of just the clutch parts of $350-400 that I have seen.
Now I'll have to resolve which parts need replacing due to wear, and which I should replace because I am already in there. I have about 28,000 miles on the bike.
I may not need the slave cylinder bleed hose arrangement as noted, nor all of the transmission seals, though there aren't a lot of dollars in just the seals. I understand the push rod may be reused if the tip is not burned. And I imagine an experienced tech might select certain big clutch components to reuse, but I'd like not to do this again for awhile if I can help it.
I am taking photos, will turn on the date for sequencing, as I go along.
I am curious to see if more of this kind of work will be done as these bikes age and get more miles, or if they will be scrapped as people buy new ones. I'm guessing they will be on the road for a while and more of this kind of work will be done.
I will incorporate any thoughts, or corrections as they appear.
97 Bakker Dakar K1200RS