How To - Replace A Clutch On An ATV Or A Motorcycle
Tusk Clutch Cover Gaskets are made from quality materials to meet or exceed OEM requirements. These gaskets are made to replace the stock clutch cover gaskets with the same fitment and sealing properties but at a better price. Some clutch cover gaskets are a synthetic fiber type gasket while others are a rubber O-ring style. The Tusk gasket will match your machine’s requirements (same as stock). Replacing the clutch cover gasket is a must whenever the cover is removed to ensure proper sealing.
Tusk Clutch Cover Gaskets are made from quality materials to meet or exceed OEM requirements but at a better price.
The clutch cover gasket will match your machine’s requirements (synthetic fiber type or rubber O-ring type).
Gaskets should always be replaced when installing a new clutch or anytime the clutch cover is removed.
Used the clutch kit from tusk and had no issues but it wasn’t leaking before and now the whole bottom seam leaks badly. Wasted 2 qts of oil and my time by using this “cheaper and lesser” gasket. Ordered a factory one...
I bought the Tusk competition clutch kit with heavy duty springs. I needed a new gasket, and since the clutch is Tusk, I figured I'll get their gasket too. It works great. I even had to take clutch cover back off and it still sealed back up. I got pretty lucky there.
Gasket lined up fairly well to the clutch case on my KTM 450. Both sides of the case were cleaned and prepped, but after a day it still leaks oil. I might try to get another since they are cheap. Still frustrating though.
I would recommend this item to and one I use a lot of tusk parts and they never let me down well made products for and bike out there and they have a lot to choose from for your needs put their parts to the test at every race