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Old 06-29-2008, 10:08 PM
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Default Re: Squeal in Front Chain Sprocket

Originally Posted by Wheel Rush View Post
I realize it's Sunday night and it's 11 pm so while I'm getting my greasy finger prints all over my key board, I really don't expect to much, but I'll be on it till I get it fixed.

Now the, "clutch cable holder", has got to be the first stop from the clutch lever on the handle bars to the engine, if so your saying (Bike Guy 31), unbolt and squirt the oil in here?

Yes that is where it needs to be lubed.......

If so OK no problem, I have 3in1, and the Sunoco, air-water oil I use in the gas mix, other than that I have some Multi Purpose heavy Duty Lithium grease.

I would use the Lithium Grease..........

Now about the clutch lever post that slides out of the center nut holding in the small chain sprocket, should that be lubed, and or the nut and what is behind it ?

Take the clutch cover off, remove the rod going into center of sprocket, and th ball in front of the rod. Lube the ball, insert in hole, then the rod, insert in hole, also grease the arm that in the clutch cover.....
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