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I have a honda vf400.It has twin carb and a hydraulic clutch.I can put it into gear and it still free wheels like the clutch is jammed on,but had the side cover off and the clutch basket still open and closes.could it be the clutch plates?

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Yes, the clutch plates are probably worn.

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