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MY CLUTCH WONT DISENGAGE, BUT THE CLUTCH ACTUATES AND HAS BEEN ADJUSTED BY THE BOOK MULTIPLE TIMES

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You need to adjust it so that it just disengages. The book is a good guide but every bike is a little bit different. If it dosen't completely disengage you will trash your trans quick.

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  • piratesnw Oct 02, 2009

    You need to adjust it so that it just disengages. The book is a good guide but every bike is a little bit different. If it dosen't completely disengage you will trash your trans quick.

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