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Hello -

Doesn't seem to be a problem I can find here after searching - took the clutch apart, checking for wear, it's certainly time to replace, so i just wanted to pack it back up and ride until the new one comes. Nothing more than that.

Problem is that the clutch push rod seems to be sticking out too far and therefore the pressure plate doesn't fully contact the drum teeth. So when you engage the clutch, the plate just pops out. No power to the wheels. WTF?

I am at a loss - slave piston problem? Ugh, haven't ridden in a week, rear caliper problems (rear rotor lodged itself into the caliper somehow), chain too tight, can't friggin loosen the bolts to the rear axel...one thing at a time...

Thanks all

Chris
 

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yep, did that. i have the service manual and followed all steps. Just unsure why the pushrod would stick out farther than it should...wondering if the slave cylinder is binding? Going to remove and inspect...
 
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