I'm starting to think about taking on my buddy's CD250U as a bit of a project. It currently needs work in the following areas: 1) Brakes are awful 2) Oil is foul 3) Bars sit slightly askew 4) Suspension non-existant 5) Cables are all stiff 6) Something rattles in the engine/exhaust 7) Rear wheel kind of wobbles side to side (makes for a hilarious 100kmh bolte loop!) and Clutch slips for ages when taking off or changing gears. In all, it's a bit of a shit can, but it's a genuine belly laugh to skid around the place on. Seeing as I'll dump the oil soon, I was thinking it might be a good chance to replace the clutch plates to eliminate this slippage and possibly help the bike to wheelie, which would bring me such joy I'd have difficulty expressing it. I'm already laughing myself to tears riding it around the streets, wheelying this bike would be a near religious experience. My questions are thus: 1) Anyone done this before? Hard work? Monkey like me could do it? 2) How much are clutch plates? 3) What did you bugger up last time YOU tried? Thanks in advance all, if I decide to do it I'll write it up good n proper with pics to illustrate my own balls-ups.