Cmal833

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  1. Mikey what year fender was that because I like the look of that fender.
  2. Thanks I appreciate any input
  3. I have a 98 yz250 and I know it's a popular question but haven't found any solid answers on it but does anyone know if a newer style front fender will bolt up to a 98? I don't mind the shrouds and rear fender but I'm not a huge fan of the rounded front fender. Any answers are appreciated, thanks!
  4. I have a 97 RM125 and I'm having major clutch issues. Iv read a lot on this being a common problem with the older rms. Iv owned many bikes but his is the first one Iv owned and so far I'm not impressed. But the problem is when I have the clutch pulled in and I go to put it in gear it instantly dies on me. Iv read it could be numerous things so just to help here's what Iv done so far. -took the clutch apart and inspected it -checked all of the friction and steel plates with my vernier calipers (all still well in spec) - checked basket and hub for notching (both had very minor to where u could barely feel it) - tried a thinner oil -replaced the clutch cable Even with the new clutch cable fully adjusted out (which at the point there's no free play in the lever like there should be) it still will not idle in gear with the clutch pulled in. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
  5. So I have a 97 rm125 and I'm having major clutch issues. Iv read it's a common problem with these older rms. So the issue is that when I have the clutch pulled in and in gear it instantly dies. Iv read numerous things that can cause it and just to save everyone the trouble of naming of everything could be here is what iv done so far. -took the whole clutch apart and inspected everything - checked the friction and steel plates with my vernier calipers (all still well in spec) -checked the hub and basket for notching -replaced the clutch cable -tried a thinner oil -let it warm up before trying to engage clutch and put into gear Even with the new clutch cable adjusted all the way out (which at the point I have no free play) it still doesn't engage the clutch all the way and will not idle while in gear with the clutch pulled in. Any help is appreciated. I've owned many of bikes but this being the first Suzuki and I'm already not impressed with it.