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Old 03-18-2017, 05:54 PM
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Hello so I have a 1986 cr125 and I recently did a top end rebuild and while I was at it I also replaced the inner clutch hub,new clutch kit, and new clutch cable. Well I got the engine all back in the bike and hooked the new cable up and I ended with no clutch tension so I did some investigating and found that the clutch lifter is about 1/8 of an inch from touching the pressure plate so it's not putting any tension on the clutch itsleft. hopefully this is enough information because I really want my bike back.... thanks
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Old 03-18-2017, 07:03 PM
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Look on the parts diagram for the clutch. Is part #22 installed on your bike?
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Yes #22 is installed
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Ok so everything is working as it should all the way up to the clutch lifter touching the pressure plate , if I take a plate out then I have perfect tension , is it possible that the aftermarket clutch plates are too thick and not allowing the tension on the rod and lifter?
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If you only take one plate out, you will have metal to metal or fiber to fiber contact. I would guess something has been installed in the wrong order, something has been left out, or something is worn. The rod and the lever under the stator cover can get worn. Did the clutch lever feel normal before replacing the plates? And you are absolutely sure the single ball bearing is inside of the lifter, for the rod to push against? Check that all washers are installed in the correct position and in the correct order.
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