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STM fitment - what OEM bits do I need?

I've got myself an STM slipper clutch and the relevant plates to fit.

Apart from the obvious engine case gasket, does anyone know if I need any other OEM parts, i.e. a clutch nut?

I haven't stripped the standard clutch down yet.

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Did you get installation instructions ? Apart from the gasket, clutch basket and clutch plates, you also use the push rod stopper and bearing in some cases. There are slight variations in some cases.

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Did you get installation instructions ? Apart from the gasket, clutch basket and clutch plates, you also use the push rod stopper and bearing in some cases. There are slight variations in some cases.
Yes got them and have the stopper plus bearing already so sounds like with a gasket I'm good to go.
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Wink ?

usually with slippers the mechanism is balls/rollers between the basket and hub so you'll need a new hub lock washer.......but we all know you can use the old one

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In all the STM cluthes I've installed Noel, they supply their own washer and nut.

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In all the STM cluthes I've installed Noel, they supply their own washer and nut.
Yep this one has one too.
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