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Old 04-25-2010, 11:02 AM
Santa_cruz_loc Santa_cruz_loc is offline
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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Santa Cruz, CA.
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Default Re: Bucking bar to camshaft problem.

I'm still new at this so my lingo may not be correct. My clutch keeps going out on me. My clutch lever (thought it was a camshaft) is filing down the small bar that pushes the clutch in. This small bar fits loosely in front of a small bearing but when the clutch is in, it will spin and file down shrinking its size and rendering my clutch useless. It's a standard China made 2 stroke engine. Would lubing this bar and bearing be a bad thing? I'm thinking that if I could lube it, When I engage the clutch it wont spin against the cam and therefore won't shave it down. Will this work? If so what lube would you recommend?
Thanks guys for taking the time to answer this.

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