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question: replacing a cluch - April 16, 2009, 04:45 PM

somthing made a noise today when i was riding into work. almost sounded like i ran over a beer can or somthing. but since that i am hearing a noise when i engage my clutch in first gear.

i dont know if it was making that noise before, or if i am just hearing it now, since i am paying attention to it. but if i have to replace my clutch. about how much would that cost me? ball park figure.
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April 16, 2009, 04:51 PM

did you ride it in neutral and then tried to pop it in 1st?


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April 16, 2009, 04:52 PM

i just bought a clutch kit for my bike for $150 i think. I plan to replace it myself. buy one online and we will help you do it.
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somthing made a noise today when i was riding into work. almost sounded like i ran over a beer can or somthing. but since that i am hearing a noise when i engage my clutch in first gear.

i dont know if it was making that noise before, or if i am just hearing it now, since i am paying attention to it. but if i have to replace my clutch. about how much would that cost me? ball park figure.
A clutch issue really shouldn't be gear-dependant. But it's super easy to pop off the clutch cover and take a look. So do that before you start spending money on stuff you may not need.

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April 16, 2009, 05:18 PM

thanks all.

i will be at the spot tonight, probably alittle after 9 or so.

maybe somone can take a listen to it and see what you think. or take it for a spin around the parking lot to see if its worth worrying about.
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maybe a bolt that holds a spring came loose or out completely.


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