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Old 06-06-2009, 03:45 PM   #1
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Tool for STM Clutch..... anyone have one?

I am about to install a STM Slipper clutch for my bike, but I am reading that there is a tool you need, for when it comes time to put it all back together. It holds the basket to keep it from turning when you tighten the bolt down.


I also read you can just use an impact and use that to tighten it, but I would rather see if anyone has the tool I can borrow first before I go that route. The tool costs like 150 or so online, and not really wanting to pay that much for a tool I just need to use for now.


So if anyone has this tool that I can borrow, I would appreciate it.
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when i installed my slipper i didn't have the tool. i just used the impact. still good after many track days...
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I may do it that way as well.

Actually I finally opened the box for the first time and I believe it came with the tool......

I am going through everything now to make sure, but I think I have it.. We will see. If not, then I may go the impact way... as I have that available right now.
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