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OK my 125 cc dirt bike the gas tank was leaking so I toke out the ring and then I ordered another one and the bike was standing for about 2 to 4 weeks in the cold then I changed the ring and I relized the gas bar won't turn and the clutch doesn't work anymore.

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Both seized.
For the gas tap, spray CRC lube on it, leave for an hour then gently use grips to move it.
For the clutch, need to know if its the cable or interanl clutch. Disconnect cable from engine and try, if OK its internal. If its clutch cable remove from bike and try to spray / fill cable and leave elevated for and hour / day. Then start see sawing cable to free up.

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