You don't need the alignment tool on a 2005 (it won't even work on your bike).On 2006-11-30 13:34, POPPE wrote:
Does anyone know where I can find the clutch alignment jig,and holding tool.Looked at the Triumph web site,but couldn't locate the tool section.
Thanks Jojje - I'll ck this against my engine number. Hopefully I won't be changing clutch plates anytime soon, but it is good info to know, in the event I have to pull the clutch. I'm probably on the cusp, since mine is 'sort of' a Centennial edition, although it is titled as a 2003 model.On 2006-11-30 19:38, jojje1963 wrote:
After engine# 142537, I think sometime late 2002 or early 2003
Yep new springs are in and no more slipping. It lifts the front wheel in 2nd with an 18th CSS. Next time I go for a track day I'm gonna put the 16 on.On 2006-11-30 16:07, POPPE wrote:
Have you tried the heavy duty clutch springs Dick.I was thinking that the jig stopped you from over tightning.How did you do it.