Hi I've been asked to fix the clutch on a 1996 XLH 1200. The guy brought it in with a fried clutch. No spring or resistance at the clutch lever, so totally unable to engage the clutch. I opened up the primary and found the clutch adjustment screw loose in its hole, and bits of clutch bearing in the primary oil I drained off. The bearing had totally disintegrated with only a few of the balls still in shape, the rest had pretty much turned to powder. The clutch obviously hadn't been touched (or even adjusted) since 1996 and the primary oil was way low. It looks like it needs a total clutch rebuild, and I will have to pull the thing apart to clean out any other bits of broken bearing and debris. I've never worked on a Harley clutch before, although I have plenty of experience working on bikes. My question is can anyone tell me what, if any special tools will I need to do this rebuild. It's not a multiple spring type clutch, but has one circular spring plate that compresses. I have ordered the Harley workshop manual for this model of bike, but need to figure out what else I need while I'm waiting for the manual to arrive at my place in Japan. Helpful suggestions much appreciated, thanks, Jezza.