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Clutch Slave Cylinder Cover Part #

I was changing out my chain today on my 2016 DL1000A and when putting the slave cylinder back on I didn't align the dow pin holder correctly and broke it. I need the part number for that cover so I can get on shipped to me.

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Not sure exactly what part you are needing?

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Not sure exactly what part you are needing?
It's the Clutch Slave Cylinder Cover:
CYLINDER, CLUTCH RELEASE

Options: Old Sku: 23160-06G03 New Sku: Item #23160-06G20


Down by your left foot shifter. I just ordered what looks like the full assembly online. I only needed the cover itself but it doesn't look like they will sell it without the rest of the parts. $100 dollar lesson on watching that dow more carefully. I have put this on like 6 times over the last two bikes and always miss align that dow, but this is the first time I broke the cover.

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That is what I suspected you wanted! But you learned the bad news yourself! Someone should invent a really good replacement......
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'12 DL 650 '14 BMW R 1200 RT

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I'm no where even close to being an mechanical engineer, but I wonder if that Dow pin is absolutely necessary? The two bolts hold the cylinder securely and I can't see how that does anything but cause an issue when reinstalling the darn thing. I would dremel that off if I knew enough to not be dangerous!

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BT, generally a DOWEL pin is there to locate an assembly more precisely than just the mounting bolts alone can.
Motorcycle ignition, clutch, and timing chain covers are located using dowel pins, same as cylinder heads and drivechain counter shaft sprocket covers.
Many times Ive taken longer-than standard bolts, cut the heads off, slotted the bolts so as to be able to use a flat-blade screwdriver for removal, and used them as locating pins to avoid a conflict with the actual dowel pin in the case to which youre installing the item. Ive also used the shank end of a drill bit for the same purpose. Many times if an item us under hydraulic or spring pressure it's easy to just count on the mounting bolts to to draw the item into place. Then the bore in the item is out of alignment with the case-mounted dowel pin and bad things happen real quick.

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