bite point is right on the end of the lever travel. Just touch the lever when ridin an it slips badly. do I need a new clutch, or does it need some magic pixie dust oh and if i need new plates, what ones to get and what not to get Help please
Brakey, does the clutch feel smooth? Its got to be worth a look at the slave cylinder. I found on my old silver one that the bolts holding the slave on around the front sprocket cover had come loose. A quick flick with a spanner had it all OK again
Post by m8withblackbird on Jul 25, 2013 18:27:24 GMT
Danger Danger High Voltage M8 I will be back home late Sunday night & will have a look at that & your head bearings even if you do need clutch plates its no biggie. Just a quick question did it come on all of a sudden ? i.e. just out on a ride ? If so the above answers are where to start if you can't wait for me to get back. P.S. we are thinking about doing a Brakey & comming to live here we both could get work I was helping a workshop fix a body last Monday, long story a body I built 5 years ago & many others we made for HSS Hire are now exported to Cyprus I saw this body & could not believe my eyes spoke to to guy so I could take pictures & explain why ! he said OK, so why won't this work on this vehicle ? So I did what you know I would do & rewired the lift & drew him a wiring diagram, had a look a some other jobs before Brenda gave me the LOOK but went back later that night for "Chat" re working over here. Will tell you more when I see you.
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