As you guys may know from my other posts, I'm working to get the service on my new-to-me 85 K100RS updated. Next week I should get the Wurth 3000 lube ready to be mixed with Honda Moly 60 which from what I have seen is an acceptable alternative for the spline lube.
My preoccupation is that if I'm going to get the transmission housing off to lube the clutch spline, instead of sliding the cover on 2 long bolts, should I just remove the cover completely, check the clutch and consider replace the disc. So far from the work I have done, it seems to me that the previous owner (who sold the bike on consignment, so I didn't get to meet him) did take good care of the bike up till 1999 then stopped using it. The bike has 32k miles on the odometer and I have no info to know if that is the true mileage.
In case I need to pull the clutch, I got the alignment tool from Ken Lively of Polepenhollow Valve Tools and Clutch Pilots which is probably better than using mock up tool.
I would love some feed back on whether I should take the plunge and check the clutch, or just slide the cover to lube the spline and put everything back. The bike shifts fine. The clutch level has the right amount of free play and engagement. So what are some of the life people are getting from their clutches.