Also, I have found with my 97 T595 that they are also known for breaking the springs in the clutch basket. I think I have heard that this issue also affects many Triumph models not jut the T595's. You can do the work yourself, if you are at all a mechanical type. On the other hand the clutch basket is not cheap, I bought mine for $400 and I am to understand this was very cheap. Also the issue you may have read about the transmission. I have only found a handful of people that have actually had the issue, most have only heard of it and not experienced it. I know from my dealers old tech notes that the clutch springs are the most common and the clutch bearing for the clutch rod. The main thing is that the bike has always been run with the correct oil.
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