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Clutch Problem I Have To Push My Bike Then Let Out The Clutch

I bot my bike from a salvage auction everything is fine except when it sits for more than a couple hours I cant put it in gear without it jerking forward and staling as if I put it in gear without pulling in the clutch so to get moving I have to put it in neutral and push it forward pretty fast then pull in the clutch then put it in gear and then I can get going but its kind of hard when there isnít a slope then after going for a short ride and getting it warmed up it will work normally but only after it has been moving for about 5 minutes do any of you know what the problem could be? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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that could be the longest, most incorrect run on sentence that i have ever seen
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that could be the longest, most incorrect run on sentence that i have ever seen
+1... that sentence is just wrong... lol.... I would try the oil then check the clutch cable abjustment
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+1... that sentence is just wrong... lol.... I would try the oil then check the clutch cable abjustment

+1 ........
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Lol I would have to agree with you guys about my sentence lol Iím not known for proper punctuation Iím only 16 I know that I should know how but I donít lol sorry. I changed the oil the day I got it I put 20w 50 is that good or do I need a different kind? It had a motorcycle on the bottle so I thought it would be cool I only put about 500kms on it since the oil has been changed so I donít think I would need to change it again unless it is the wrong kind. Thanks a lot for your Help I really appreciate it.

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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-18-2006, 03:36 PM
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so is that how you canadian type..

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hey, hey, hey, don't be mixing all us Canadians together. BC'ers are better....!!!!!!!!!!
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Manitoba represent :) ay
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10w40 dude...
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Thanks alot man
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make sure your oil is moly free!
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whats moly free?
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