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Ok so ive changed the oil im about to get inside and hopefully unstick the clutches any advice on were to get a diagram or any advice ive never done this so im trying to be very carefull also will deep creep unstickk them if i just fill it with that let it sit (where the oil goes) thanx fixya fam

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Got to BikeBandit.com. Click OEM parts and look up your bike. They've got great exploded views of every part of the bike. I wouldn't use the penetrating oil. Now, what you might can do is put the transmission in top gear, hold the clutch lever in, and rock the bike back and forth. Sometimes that will break the clutch loose but it can also tear the friction material off the metal backing disc. The best thing is take the clutch apart.

When you get the clutch plates out, wash them in gasoline. Do not smoke while doing this and be very careful of static electricity. Gasoline is the only thing I've found that would break the glaze otherwise I'd say use something else, Just be careful when using it. Once you washed all the plates off, lay a piece of medium grit emory cloth on a flat surface. Lay the friction plates on the emory cloth and lightly sand them using a figure "8" pattern. Just lightly. Put the clutch back together by installing a friction disc, a metal disc, a friction disc, and so on.
You'll do fine. Just remember, don't force anything. If something is supposed to come off but doesn't seem to want to, look for another bolt that you may have overlooked.

Good Luck
Steve

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