Question about 2008 Ridley Auto Glide Sport
Or at very low speed. The only way around it is to accelerate very slowly for a bit. After reading the forums I tried... -rolling the bike backward about 3' and examine the belt--the belt stays right at the top of the pulley. -examining the clutch--doesn't appear to be any rubber particles (shouldn't be as it was just replaced!) Also the drive belt is new. The only other thing to comment on is while I assumed I was buying a new clutch the red writing on the clutch indicates it is a rebuilt. That's all the info I have--any ideas?? Thanks! ,Slipping won't work for long. We have never seen slipping when all belt friction surfaces are clean. The belt should be totally dry and clean. The metal surfaces of both clutches can be cleaned with brake cleaner to remove any lubricants or oils that may be on them. Typically real slipping will destroy a belt almost instantly.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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