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Clutch not reengageing on 93 1100rs

I have a 93 bmw 1100rs first time I took it out I went to shift down from 5th to 4th and when I let out the clutch acts like it not reengaging

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  • Rick Mar 21, 2014

    Hi chuck , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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    chuck Mar 27, 2014

    well i got in to it this weekend and found the clutch just disintigrated so im pretty sure i found my problem thanks

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