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Blaster21996

Hey! Let go! My clutch is hanging up on my 06

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Has anyone else had this happen?

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what do you mean hanging up....is this the same as dragging?

Adjust the free play as well as the cable adjustment - it may be pulling the clutcharm actuator - when complete disengaged

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no....

what do you mean hanging up....is this the same as dragging?

Adjust the free play as well as the cable adjustment - it may be pulling the clutcharm actuator - when complete disengaged

If I stop the bike in first gear and pull the clutch lever in the bike will still creep along, unless I use the brake. It makes no difference how the cables is adjusted.

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Just a thought, pull your clutch cover off and look at the clutch basket where the fibre plates slot in and see if it has worn notches in the teeth of the basket if so just file them away carefully and reinstall plates etc...

hope this helps

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Same thing that happened to my 06 this past weekend. You probably over heated your clutch and warped the steel plates. Pull your clutch cover off and remove the pressure plate and have a look. If they are black and blue in color than you need to replace all the steel and fiber plates.

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Thanks guys, that's what I was afraid of. I think i will just replace the stock basket with a Hinson Kevlar basket, and replace the clutch pack wile I'm at it.

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