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ALTO CLUTCH PLATES FOR 2014 TO PRESENT INDIAN

Alto's automotive clutch manufacturing experience has been utilized in the production of motorcycle clutch components, both friction, as well as steel. Alto claims all their products are researched, engineered and produced to meet or exceed all Original Equipment manufacturer's specifications, ensuring precise fit and ease of installation. They are 100% manufactured in the USA in Alto's own state-of-the-art-tool, die and machine shop. Absolute control over the high quality is maintained without the need to rely on outside vendors. Alto produces two distinctly different friction plates. Their tried-and-true "Alto Red" friction material has a unique dual-saturation which is endowed with high-grip frictional properties, heat resistance and very low wear-coefficient. Also available is their Aramid friction lining for superior wear and heat dissipation. Street, strip, or track, Alto clutch components will do a superior job in a most cost effective manner. All Alto aftermarket clutch components are thoroughly tested before they are offered for sale.

Specifications

Fits all Indian Scout models 2014 to present
Article number Description Retail price Add to cart
789855 Contains 9 Red Eagle bonded friction discs (as in OEM clutch kit 2202434) 901,96 kr
789856 Contains 9 Aramid bonded friction discs (as in OEM clutch kit 2202434) 1 068,47 kr
789857 Contains 9 steel drive plates (as in OEM clutch kit 2202434) 971,09 kr
Fits all Indian models (except Scout) 2014 to present
Article number Description Retail price Add to cart
789853 Bonded friction disc, 7 required, sold each (as in OEM clutch kit 2205282) -
789854 Steel drive plate, 6 required, sold each (as in OEM clutch kit 2205282) -

Recommended Retail Prices include 25.00% sales tax.

Prices exclude shipping, import duties and installation.

Prices are based on EUR to SEK interbank rates obtained daily. The interbank rate is the rate that banks trade currency to each other. These prices must be used as a guide.