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Hi i have a kawasaki kx 125 1991 motocross bike,my problem is when running it will not go out of gear i have just fitted a clutch cable but its still the same,could it be i need new sprigs/plats or just the houing ,

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  • stephane richard May 11, 2010

    you mean it can not get out of gear or it wanna move forward even the clutch is pull....waiting reply

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It feel like the actuation of you're clutch lever does not disengage you're clutch plate ...i will think that you're clutch actuation arm ( the one the clutch cable get in... is not engage at the right place or the arm is not on the right spline)...spring and plate only is an issue when the clutch is sliping....

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