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Please help if u can. im on a deals gap vacation and i was oiling my chain and figured out my clutch never disengages. On the stand, i pulled the clutch in and as soon as i shifted to first then the wheel immediately started spinning fairly fast. I tried adjusting both adjusters and nothing. what could be the problem? Thanks alot for the quick responses. I will even pay someone $5 through paypal for the answer for the fix. THANKS AGAIN!
 

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your still gonna have some risidual clutch pull even with the lever pulled in with the bike off the stand you wouldn't notice, but on a stand you will have spin....try putting it in first on the stand and running and engage the rear brake peddle, if the engine dies then you truely have a problem, if not...your gravy.
 

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Please help if u can. im on a deals gap vacation and i was oiling my chain and figured out my clutch never disengages. On the stand, i pulled the clutch in and as soon as i shifted to first then the wheel immediately started spinning fairly fast. I tried adjusting both adjusters and nothing. what could be the problem? Thanks alot for the quick responses. I will even pay someone $5 through paypal for the answer for the fix. THANKS AGAIN!
When the oil warms up the rear wheel should stop spinning.
 

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Take the clutch plates out and clean them, they sometimes stick together when the bike has been standing for a bit.
 

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Take the clutch plates out and clean them, they sometimes stick together when the bike has been standing for a bit.
Rocking the bike back and forth should be sufficient to loosen it up.
It also reduces that horrendous clunk into first gear on cold mornings.
 

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Lol... that freaked me out too when I first experienced it. Never quite understood if it was the plates that still had some friction or if it was the oil transfering momentum between the plates
 

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. I will even pay someone $5 through paypal for the answer for the fix. THANKS AGAIN!
Hmmm...$5? Are you sure that's all you can afford? I can help you out - but my rates start at $10. So I guess you're gonna have to ante up my friend! Or else put up with a never disengaging clutch...which is it to be...??:eyebrows:
 
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