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    Clutch Cover 3400 ml labels

    Anyone know whether this label is still available? I would like to replace mine since it's worn from polishing
    1979 GS1000E (40 Yrs), 1981 GPz550
    Departed: 1970 Yamaha R5A, 1971 R5B, 1975 Honda XL250, 1983 Suzuki PE175, 1983 CB1100F, 1983 BMW R100RS, 1992 ST1100

    #2
    Is yours a sticker ? Mine is cast right into the engine case.
    82 1100 EZ (red)

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      #3
      Originally posted by bonanzadave View Post
      Is yours a sticker ? Mine is cast right into the engine case.
      Yes, mine is a label. I think most of the 2V models use a label
      1979 GS1000E (40 Yrs), 1981 GPz550
      Departed: 1970 Yamaha R5A, 1971 R5B, 1975 Honda XL250, 1983 Suzuki PE175, 1983 CB1100F, 1983 BMW R100RS, 1992 ST1100

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        #4
        Bump, I am doing my clutch cover now, and am wondering what most folks do. Mine is a little damaged already. I could mask it, but would rather replace. Or, remove it and make it bare metal?
        1979 GS750

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          #5
          I have owned a number of 2v and 4v suzukis and none of them have ever had a label for that. It's always been cast in the metal. Never seen a label on anyone else's bike either .What bike are we talking about here? Pix?
          Expecting the Spanish Inquisition
          1981 GS850G: the Ratzuki
          1981 GS1100E

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            #6
            Here are some photos. I believe that I have a 1979 GS750, base model (N), engine number GS750-77052. Who knows, maybe it is a Yamaha XS750

            20220501_114701 by Andy Hoover, on Flickr

            20220501_115034 by Andy Hoover, on Flickr
            1979 GS750

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              #7
              Sure looks like a Suzie. The Yamaha XS750 was a 3-banger, not too hard to tell the difference.
              Expecting the Spanish Inquisition
              1981 GS850G: the Ratzuki
              1981 GS1100E

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                #8
                Thanks, I was beginning to wonder, I have found enough surprises on this thing. Studying the photo picked up something that I did not see with my eyes. It looks like the casting is imperfect in this area. Could it be that on this one, and srsupertrap's that they put a label on those that the casting did not come out perfect on?
                1979 GS750

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                  #9
                  EDIT Whoops that is CC in the decal.
                  Should be ML. I bought several correct 3400ML decals from them years ago, hope they still sell them.
                  Here is a top quality clutch casing cover capacity caution warning decal for the Suzuki GS750 and GS1000 models. All of our decals are made from nine year 70 micron best quality vinyl.
                  Last edited by Rijko; 05-01-2022, 03:53 PM.
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                    #10
                    Thanks, PM sent.
                    Andy
                    1979 GS750

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