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Bike won't start shop told me starter clutch or woodruff key bad how do you remove the magneto to check these also the big gear behind magneto i was told is not suppose to spin freely and it does guy at suzuki said woodruff key bad thank for any help

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  • mwarej123 May 11, 2010

    Can you push start it? Does the engine turn freely?

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With a puller, but look at it first. There should be no need to remove anything to get to the starter.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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