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Old 04-12-2011, 08:05 AM   #6159
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Location: Alberta
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Originally Posted by dirty_sanchez View Post
How are you guys removing the piston in the Slave Cylinder in order to gain access to the O-Ring?

I remember reading that the Slave Cylinder O-Ring is the very same size as the one used in the counter shaft O-Ring is this correct?

Dirty
It is Gunnerbuck that figured the countershaft o-ring is the same, so I went ahead and ordered a couple. Used one, and one as a spare, and the best part is I recall they are less than $3.

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Originally Posted by EdGear View Post
My clutch went last week too. Where do you get o-rings other than the KTM rebuild kit?
If your bike has been sitting around for a while, you may just be able to top off and go. Mine goes soft over winter, and although I squeeze the lever every so often, it is soft the day I want to ride it.
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