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So I have recently purchased a Yamaha it175 from 1982 and I'm having a problem with the clutch. I can shift through all the gears and bike runs great and was recently rebuilt. But when you pull the clutch in it doesn't disengage the engine making it so you can't stop unless you put it in neutral and makes it very awkward to get started. When you pull the clutch lever in it doesn't come back out like it should, it's like something disconnected or slipped. The clutch was working great was just riding up and down my road when it stop working. I think that the clutch might be sticking but not sure why it would just start all of a sudden. Hoping to find some pointers on what it could be. Thanks.
I'm looking into buying some extra wheels to just swap out when I take my DRZ 400 out to the dirt. They have the stock wheels on it now but have 70% street 30% dirt tires on it right now that just won't cut it out in the dirt. I found some 1982 IT 250 DID from Yamaha but I'm not sure if they'll fit right on or what kind of modifications I would have to make to get it on there. Thanks for help guys!
I've recently been struggling trying to get my 1982 honda xr200r running again. I have tore most of the motor down and put it back in time. Everything seemed perfect until it wouldn't start. Of course you haven't lived till you try to kickstart one, so this is where i noticed a big problem... instead of kicking this bike over and over I decided to push start it. get a run and go on my concrete drive way and hop on and dump the clutch... nothing.. no, literally nothing. time and time again even had a friend pull me with a 4 wheeler once. the wheel locks up and will not turn the motor over. you can put the bike in gear and kick it over and the bike will move. but no matter if you take the spark plug out, and put it in a high gear(went through all of them) it will not turn the motor over. i have worked on alot of motors in my life and this has me going... huh? i hope i gave a good enough run down of what is going on for someone to help me.