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Old 04-13-2009, 06:49 PM   #1
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My clutch cable came loose, I followed it down to were it enters the clutch casing. The cable is moving and pulling the lever which goes inside the casing. It seems like something came loose or broke on the inside. Any idea on what have broke inside???
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:29 PM   #2
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bent or broken clutch lever?? It's located inside the right crankcase cover (clutch casing).

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thats what i was thinking. yeah you can see that it is loose inside the clutch housing.
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Do you have a service or repair manual for it?? If not, check here and see if they have it: http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

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bent or broken clutch lever?? It's located inside the right crankcase cover (clutch casing).

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Pulled off the crankcase cover, and yep thats what it was. clutch lever was broken in two pieces. at least it won't cost to much

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Theres a little bit of a trick to get it back on.. don't get angry.. just look at it for awile.. you'll see!
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Theres a little bit of a trick to get it back on.. don't get angry.. just look at it for awile.. you'll see!
it was getting it off, so i'm sure it will be harder getting it back on. any hints you want to give to what is going to be so hard?
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