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mattfay2395

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mattfay2395 says:

Clutch

Hi, I was mucking around on my bike doing burn outs and things, I did the burn out and now my bike doesn't move it creeps, I think I might have burnt out the clutch, and I was just wondering how do you take the clutch out. Thank you

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  • Posted 2 years ago (04 February 2013 20:09)

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fogie

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fogie says:

clutch fukt

A Haynes or similar workshop manual will come in very handy..... bike clutch usually straight forward. What bike is it????  Crystal ball is dirty....

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