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The clutch engages very close to the handle bar but does not slip and there is no leakage
Do you mean the clutch wont allow you to engauge 1st gear from neutral ? if so then clutch plates are stuck together , try warming up engine first then get a friend to push you while engine running in neutral and pop into 2nd ( without clutch ) and ride round for a while then pull clutch in ( at fair speed to keep rolling ) and stamp on the rear brake , mite take several attemps , and this should free the plates ! Check gear oil for signs of water also , but this can happen if bike stood for several months ! hope this helped ? P...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I added a 2 inch riser to my dyna and didnt have to replace any cables, so - to answer your question, not always. There is plenty of wiggle room, however, if there is gonna be more difference that about 2 inches, replacement will be required. ADJUSTMENT WILL DEFINITELY be needed. And no, its not difficult, when u have the bars off, its nearly 1/2 done anyway
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Your bike has a hydraulic clutch with a master cylinder at the clutch lever. Remove the cap and I think you will see there is little or no fluid in the reservoir. You need to fill it up then bleed the system to remove air in the line. This is done the same a bleeding brakes on a car. If I recall correctly, the bolt that holds the hydraulic hose to the master cylinder acts as a bleeder for the cylinder and there will be a bleeder valve at the other end of the hose to bleed the hose and actuator. Many parts are available at the website below. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
SOURCE: clutch slips when
Clutch plates could be soaked, and yes you can adjust the pushrod....1st position on handler bars and the second on the bottom right side...there is also a deeply buried third adjustment screw. When you look at it you will see a lock nut on threaded stud with slot head. If you have no results adjusting 1 & 2 loosen them first to adjust # 3.... I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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