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I recked my 95 suzuki 800. After I fixed it i ran the power cable a bit wrong. I rubbed up against my back tire and i lost power. I replaced the cable and ran it correctly and now it will not start. The lights come on so I am pretty sure the battery is giving power.

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Do i need a valve adjustment on a 95 suzuki 800 intruder


Depending on the number of miles racked up on that machine, any adjustment may not do a bit of good. I'm thinking that a valve adjustment may not even be an option on that model. It just may be, that you may have to replace some things instead.

Jun 13, 2012 | 1995 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder

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Smoking and burning rubber smell coming from around right rear tire


ok jack up the right rear tire look at the inside ot the tire as you slowly rotate the tire also look for any signs that something is rubbing against the tire. if you must remove the tire and check to see if the spring in the strut is broken and rubbing against the tire. I ran into this problem before and the spring in the strut was broke shifted against the tire and caused it to rub the tire causing smoke. let me know we will keep trying to find the cause

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The back tire rubs against the frame only when I pedal. The tire wobbles a little bit while coasting, but appears to pull over to the frame while pedaling. Huffy Stonemountain 2 - 18 speed bicycle.


Either the wheel is mounted wrong, moving at the axle or the wheel is not straight true and strong (spoke tension issues). Look at it. Try to wiggle the wheel with your hand.

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I let a friend borrow my bike and he had a new tire put on back it is a 170/80-15 and now the tire rubs the stabilizer bar and if you adjust it off the bar then it rubs the chain is this tire bigger than...


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It is clear that your new tire is bigger than previous one. You have now 17 cm wide tire but previously 15 cm wide. This is why the new tire rub your stabilizer bars. You can use additional spacer on bearing shaft actually, but this is not a good idea as it will give impact on bike instability. I suggest to replace the tire with previous one. This is the best for your bike.
Remember that tire with data 170 / 80 - 15 mean: - 170mm ( 17 cm ) tire width - 80 ( %) width to height comparison - 15 ( inch) wheel diameter

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Snapped and then replaced the clutch cable. Adjusted it all the way in and then slowly out trying to find the right spot to engage the gears. Have only been able to get 1st, N & 2nd gear. It will...


Hi Mark, a proper clutch adjustment for big twins starts by squirting some silicone spray or Brake Kleen into the top of the rubber boot on the clutch cable and sliding it upward exposing the cable adjuster. Loosen the jam nut and turn the adjusting screw in until light resistance is felt against the clutch rod then back the adjusting screw out 3/4 of a turn and tighten the jam nut. Check primary fluid level and replace derby cover. Go back to the clutch cable adjuster and back it out until there is 1/8" free play between the clutch lever and the bracket perch. This is correctly accomplished by pulling the clutch cable end outward with your right hand and pulling the clutch lever in with your left hand and modest pressure on both hands to eyeball the free play. Tighten cable adjuster jam nut and slide rubber boot back to it's original position. On Sportster models, the procedure is the same except the clutch cable adjuster screws directly into the primary cover with a jam nut. For more information about your issue, please visit the websites below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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A simple fix is to give the brakes a really good squeeze and this will stretch the cable just a little and should stop them from rubbing. If how ever the rubbing is happening on just one part of the wheel then your wheel may be warped and need repairing by a cycle shop.

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try this take a set of jumper cables and find a good ground on the motor and with the battery hooked up like normal run another test ground to the battery if motor starts replace ground cable. hope this helps THUNDERBOLTZ

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What is it rubbing? the fork? Is the wheel true? Are the forks equally extended. Pull the font wheel and have suzuki ck. If it is a spoke wheel then it just might need to be trued through adjustment of the spokes.

Jun 08, 2009 | 1995 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder

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