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Clutch is slipping badly, changed the oil and backed the clutch leaver a bit, grabing at the moment, what should I do?

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Check you don't have a g/box oil leak coming into the clutch area.Also check your clutch plates have not bound together if the bike sat for a while..Sometimes the clutch plates will stick together.
Clutch wear?
Just a thought.Hope this helps

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I read two contradictory things here. One the clutch is slipping and the other is it's dragging. Ok. here's something to check. Check your throwout bearing on the right side of the bike. Drain the tranny and take the clutch release cover off the transmission. The throwout beaing is a small wafer bearing about a half inch in diameter. It's held on by a miniture clip that is notorious for coming off. If during the engine swap you pull the clutch release rod outwards just a bit, the bearing could have fallen off. check this and replace if necessary.

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