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Clutch when my bike is driving the clutch is slipping. what would be wrong? and could i repair my bike myself? it is a Kymco Striker 125cc.

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Ok there is two solutions to this prob to consider first try the clutch cable adjustment. If that does nothing try The clutch springs inside the case. If there are wear marks on the clutch basket then you need to completely replace the clutch all together. let me know how you make out

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