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Posted by Anonymous on
Clutch cable not adjusted properly , worn clutch fork or ball , pilot bushing in the back of the crank to tight or not lubricated so the input shaft is spinning at engine rpm.. these are just a couple of possibilities .
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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