Springs: Stand on their ends and compare a new spring, if the length is not the same or very nearly so then replace.
Bonded plates: Wash in paraffin and examine the sections for wear and general condition. The depth of each side of the plate should be 1/32” , the tongues of each plate should be in good condition and unworn. View CL3 Here
Steel plates: These should be smooth and not scored. View CL5 here
Clutch rollers: Check for wear and pitting, click here to see CL42
3T 3 bonded plates 4 plain plates
5T 4 bonded plates 5 plain plates
6T 5 bonded plates 6 plain plates
T100 5 bonded plates 6 plain plates
TR5 5 bonded plates 6 plain plates
T110 5 bonded plates 6 plain plates
T120 5 bonded plates 6 plain plates
TR6 5 bonded plates 6 plain plates
Clutch push rod and cable adjustment
There should be about 1/32” of free movement on the clutch rod and 1/16” on the handle bar lever.
View the full range of our Triumph Clutch Parts here
Please note all parts are stocked here at Tri-Supply made to the highest standard only.
If you have any concerns, please give our resident expert Oliver Barnes a call on 01395 444099