Question about 2006 Triumph Tr 7
Have you checked the end float on the cranK, try pulling and pushing the pulley on the crank, those engines were famous for wearing the thrust washers and then they drop out they take the "push" from the clutch release mechanism and if the play is too big it causes drag.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Sounds like a sychro problem when you rebuilt. I have always found with my gearbox, even when warm it is easy to beat the sychros so i make slower changes. Unless you fix the sychro rings the problem will only get worse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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