If you have already tried adjusting the linkage then it sounds like the clutch is probably shot.
Its a 1980 gs450 Suzuki if that helps.If not thanks for the ideas I'll check out what you guys mentioned...thanks.intenseimages said:mr peabody,
what kind of bike do you have? that would help alot on diagnosing the problem.
don't know if your bike is the same or not, but i had an old honda one time that was doing about the same thing you are describing. found out that when i replaced the clutch cable and shift lever there was a little (5/16) ball bearing that set on the end of the shift lever that i hadn't replaced. it was needed to give it that extra little distance to fully disengage the clutch, and was part of the adjuster setup.
don't know if that will help you or not, but it is worth checking.
Alright,funny man, you made your point.Electric Squid said:a blast from rory's pastÂ
http://ramchargercentral.com/boards/index.php?topic=68583.msg1011150#msg1011150mrpeabdy1974 said:Alright,funny man, you made your point.