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  1. Is this a common issue or did I do something wrong when not riding it for a year?
  2. I have not been able to ride my 2014 350 EXCF for about 12 months. Went out and started it today (thanks to the LI battery) and it started right up and idled great. Went to ride it around the block and the clutch did not work. At first no clutch at all then slowly after a lot of pulling in the clutch lever and letting it out it started to work but it is still not fully engaging so when I come to a stop the bike keeps going (creeping) unless I hold the front brake. What do you suggest? It worked fine last year. It has 70 easy miles on new synthetic oil.
  3. Thank you. I figured it out but your info was helpful. I actaully like the rack. Fairly lightweight compared to my steel rack. I use a folding 6 foot ramp to load the bike. I will post a new picture showing the correct position sometime soon. Thanks for everyone's advice and help.
  4. There is only one place to bolt it to and only one way to bolt it to the rack. I agree and at first i thought it was to run the front wheel over it then cinch it back against it but the front wheel would fall off the rack before clearing the bar to lift it up. So then I mount the cycle as in the picture thinking the rear wheel would go up against it but as you see in the picture not even close.
  5. It is not bad. Here is the only one online I can find that looks the same. But I can't find anything about what the thing in red is used for. No pictures of a bike loaded on it. Heininger 4152 HitchMate TravelMOTO Motorcycle Carrier
  6. I came across a dirt bike hitch rack and I am not sure what the part in red box in the picture below is used for? Has anyone used this rack that can advise? What am I doing wrong? Every hitch rack I have used has a space for the front wheel to go into. This one has no holes just a flat ramp front to back
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    Husqvarna CR125 1976

    Not as good as the RM 125 of the day but a fun vontage MX bike. Owned since 1977.
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    Husqvarna CR125 (1976)

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    Not as good as the RM 125 of the day but a fun vontage MX bike. Owned since 1977.
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    Yamaha TY80 (1974)

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    Very fun kids trials bike. Original owner and everything is original even the tires.
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    Yamaha TY80 1974

    Very fun kids trials bike. Original owner and everything is original even the tires.
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    Suzuki RM125 1980

    Like new Vintage MX bike. Original owner. All original even the tires.
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    Suzuki RM125 (1980)

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    Like new Vintage MX bike. Original owner. All original even the tires.
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    Suzuki RM125 (1977)

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    Great vintage MX Bike.
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    Suzuki RM125 1977

    Great vintage MX Bike.
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    Husqvarna OR390 1978

    Great Vintage Off-Road bike. Owned it since new.
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