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on A kawasaki oem parts website such as bikebandits they list 3 different clutch covers for sale. Are these just three different thicknesses? is the thinest one the same as a machined clutch cover? This site list them under oem parts so I cant tell if they are stock parts for different altitudes or if they are for performance or what the deal is. Does anyone know the thickness of the common aftermarket clutch cover plates?
 

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Not sure what you are looking at but there is a stock clutch cover plate and they are all the same as for as size and thinkness and the after market plates are the same they just have have been machined on the inside of the cover to allow the pads on the clutch forks or arms to come out a little bit futher allowing for a little more belt travel giving you a little more top speed. Hope that is what you were asking but to make it simple there is a stock plate and a after market plate that has been machined and it is just a stock plate that was machined they do make some billet after market plates but they do the exact same thing as a stock one that has been machined.
 

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I wish i could post a link but it wont let me yet untill i have 10 post. if you go to cheapcycleparts .com and look up 2008 teryx le OEM parts it list 3 different parts for the clutch cover and they are all different thicknesses. it shows a diagram for parts 14041(cover comp red) 14041A (cover comp blue) 14041B (cover comp std) and they are all the same price but the diagram shows them at differnt thicknesses of 1.6 2.3 and 3.0. Most all online oem parts dealers have these 3 different covers
 

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on A kawasaki oem parts website such as bikebandits they list 3 different clutch covers for sale. Are these just three different thicknesses? is the thinest one the same as a machined clutch cover? This site list them under oem parts so I cant tell if they are stock parts for different altitudes or if they are for performance or what the deal is. Does anyone know the thickness of the common aftermarket clutch cover plates?
Those are for when the clutch wears. I have never heard of anyone actually buying any of them except what they call the std one.

None of them will do what a machined cover will do.
 
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