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Purchased a STM slipper Clutch off Ebay, but missing a spacing washer from the kit, part number 0F3SR450A220045
Struggling to find someone to source this part off any pointers in the right direction would be helpful.
 

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The guy you bought it from?
 

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Purchased a STM slipper Clutch off Ebay, but missing a spacing washer from the kit, part number 0F3SR450A220045
Struggling to find someone to source this part off any pointers in the right direction would be helpful.

Send an email to partsunlimited here in the US and ask them if they have the part on hand. Chances are they wouldn't but they can order one for ya.(or so i've been told)
I've tried to contact STM directly for odd bits here and there to no avail. They are no help, but if you contact the importer for your area(should be listed in the STM site) they can either get one for you directly(if they are nice) or send you to the distributor who will send you to a retailer who will in turn call them back after you call them and order the same exact part you just tried to get. :rolleyes

Also, understand that if the part is needed to be ordered from STM then you will have to wait until sept. because everyone is out on vacation for august.

FYI, some bikes do not require the spacing washer. Not sure how this applies to all Agusta models for this brand, but they do try to design a clutch to cover as many bike models as possible. For example some of the 1krr used it and others didn't. Plus they had made a design change in the manufacturing run so figuring out which needed it and which didn't was sometimes tricky when asking retailers(they don't know poop and the install paperwork/pdf's changed with no updates---was just a change in the fitment years but still no designation which years required what). Had to actually get hold of the U.S. importer who had to email STM to find out what was what.

Example: STM made the clutch to fit 04-07 1krr.....yet then designated in the fitment part list that 04-05 was one clutch with their own part numbers and the 06-07 clutch got new part numbers and the washer. This seems simple enough to say the 06-07 clutch must use a spacer, but STM made it appear as though it was a whole new clutch design and one had to order the different clutch. The irony is one couldn't just order the washer to update their clutch fitment but had to buy the new clutch for 06-07 to get the washer. It wasn't until a couple years later that one could just buy the washer by itself. That is if you could ever find anybody to be able to find a way to order just that part. Most retailers don't think its possible....or simply just don't care to deal with the hassle.

What is the point of all that? I guess its to let you know it might be a good idea to get in touch with the importer(or STM directly if they ever get back to you) with your specific model bike and year and ask them if you do in fact "need" the spacer washer to fit the clutch properly.
I say skip retailers because they aren't going to have any real idea as they are just looking on a computer screen/book from STM repeating back to you info that you already know. Chances are importers won't know off hand either, but they are the best route for definitive info. and sourcing the part.
 

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Purchased a STM slipper Clutch off Ebay, but missing a spacing washer from the kit, part number 0F3SR450A220045
Struggling to find someone to source this part off any pointers in the right direction would be helpful.
Send an email to partsunlimited here in the US and ask them if they have the part on hand. Chances are they wouldn't but they can order one for ya.(or so i've been told)
I've tried to contact STM directly for odd bits here and there to no avail. They are no help, but if you contact the importer for your area(should be listed in the STM site) they can either get one for you directly(if they are nice) or send you to the distributor who will send you to a retailer who will in turn call them back after you call them and order the same exact part you just tried to get. :rolleyes

Also, understand that if the part is needed to be ordered from STM then you will have to wait until sept. because everyone is out on vacation for august.

FYI, some bikes do not require the spacing washer. Not sure how this applies to all Agusta models for this brand, but they do try to design a clutch to cover as many bike models as possible. For example some of the 1krr used it and others didn't. Plus they had made a design change in the manufacturing run so figuring out which needed it and which didn't was sometimes tricky when asking retailers(they don't know poop and the install paperwork/pdf's changed with no updates---was just a change in the fitment years but still no designation which years required what). Had to actually get hold of the U.S. importer who had to email STM to find out what was what.

Example: STM made the clutch to fit 04-07 1krr.....yet then designated in the fitment part list that 04-05 was one clutch with their own part numbers and the 06-07 clutch got new part numbers and the washer. This seems simple enough to say the 06-07 clutch must use a spacer, but STM made it appear as though it was a whole new clutch design and one had to order the different clutch. The irony is one couldn't just order the washer to update their clutch fitment but had to buy the new clutch for 06-07 to get the washer. It wasn't until a couple years later that one could just buy the washer by itself. That is if you could ever find anybody to be able to find a way to order just that part. Most retailers don't think its possible....or simply just don't care to deal with the hassle.

What is the point of all that? I guess its to let you know it might be a good idea to get in touch with the importer(or STM directly if they ever get back to you) with your specific model bike and year and ask them if you do in fact "need" the spacer washer to fit the clutch properly.
I say skip retailers because they aren't going to have any real idea as they are just looking on a computer screen/book from STM repeating back to you info that you already know. Chances are importers won't know off hand either, but they are the best route for definitive info. and sourcing the part.
Have either of you got the parts breakdown for that (910R) STM slipper clutch ? I can't seem to find it and only one of the parts list's I have seem to have this washer ?
 

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thanks guys, Alan from Design Corse came through with the part, as it was arriving the guy from STM eventually emailed me back. though had to wait until end of september for anything to happen.
 

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thanks guys, Alan from Design Corse came through with the part, as it was arriving the guy from STM eventually emailed me back. though had to wait until end of september for anything to happen.
Thanks for getting back to us David, that Alan bloke does okay :smoking:
 
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