So i just got the 250sx right and i was trying to lube the headset, so i had the bike on 2 milk crates (one ontop of the other bolted together), and was undoing the tripple clamps to try to get to the bearings. To make it "easier" i had the handle bars tied in midair to the roof, so that they didnt get in the way or bend the cables too much, when BAM! the forks fell throught the tripple clamps, the tyre hit the ground and rolled forwards while the forks fell backwards and slammed into the floor . the bike now had no weight in the front end and now the rest of the bike was unbalanced and before you could say S%*t (or even think it), the bike fell off the milkcrate(s) and hit the deck The bike had slammed into the ground, but the Clutch cable was still attached to the bars attached to the rope attached to the roof and had a ton of force pulling it sideways , so now it leaks. http://i942.photobucket.com/albums/ad268/mikekx/KTM%20250SX/P2131381.jpg - pic showing the angle of the cable coming out of the perch http://i942.photobucket.com/albums/ad268/mikekx/KTM%20250SX/P2131382.jpg - pic showing where it leaks, shown by rogue drop of oil when the clutch is pulled in, oil drops come out at that point, and when the clutch is released, the drops go back in, indicating that air and water, etc could get in the system. HOW DO I FIX THIS? btw the bottom of the cable looks like this: http://i942.photobucket.com/albums/ad268/mikekx/KTM%20250SX/P2131383.jpg, so i think thats good. can i just buy a new cable, or do KTM only sell it as a system with the perch included or something? I'm thinking i'd just need a new cable and then bleed the clutch with dot.4 (or whatever it says in the manual) brake fluid, but how much is the bleeding kit? or should i just take it to the shop what do you think? thanks, Mike. PS: i cant believe i let that happen to such a good bike, this is definately the biggest stuff-up ive ever done with bikes, in the past they've just been like pinching tubes while replacing tyres or stuff like that.