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Was out on my te510 today when there was a noise appeared! I stopped the engine and took the bike home. Then proceeded to take chain of because front sprocket was worn and wondered if this was the noise? i then found a problem the final drive will not spin freely in neutral and was making the noise! what has happened it still goes into every gear?

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SOURCE: when do i change the chain and sprockets

I found this to be some great instructions on chains and how they work and what to look for........hope this helps you out! Careful out there! Signed: fellow Rider...

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SOURCE: Hard to select neutral

Difficulty in selecting neutral is most likely due to clutch drag. Does the bike jump forwards when you select first gear? This could be due to dry or wrongly adjusted clutch cable. Another though less likely cause could be weak clutch springs or a worn clutch basket. Aim for about 5mm free play at clutch lever.

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have had same problem on past bikes, usually the leads breaking down current

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