I bought a 2006 YZ 125 for my son this spring that had very few hours on it - actually when I picked it up it looked like it came off the show room floor. It still had warning / caution stickers on the fenders and no scratches at all. The problem I ran in to today is a broken clutch push rod. I did some searching on the internet and it seems that lots of people had this same problem back in 2005 and 2006 but I haven't found any real answers. I'm guessing that since this bike had very few hours on it that I am having the same problem now that lots of people were having 7 years ago. I changed the shift stopper lever right aways as preventitive maintenance about 4 months ago. Is there a fix for this broken push rod? It seems that some people were replacing the push rod only to have it brake again right aways. I also noticed that some people were replacing the OEM push rod with a solid steel push rod made by a company in the UK but that appears to be no longer available. I also checked to see if the OEM part # was different on a 2013 YZ 125 thinking that maybe they cane up with a better design but it is the same part #. However that really doesn't help me because it doesn't tell me if the 2013 uses the same push rod as the 2006 did or if there has been a change up and the part # that I am looking at for the 2006 is already an updated part. Does anyone have any expertise with this problem?