Originally Posted by crobo
i have heard of people using the shank fo a 5/16ths drill bit for a replacement bucking bar. also if you smooth out the left(look from the LHS of the bike) edge of the cam it has been known t cut down on wear of the bucking bar and also allow for much smoother actuation of the clutch.
Replacing the bucking bar with the butt end of 5/16 (HSS) High Speed steel drill bit is, without a doubt the best way to go.
I learned this from 2-Door a couple years ago haven't had to change it out it out since, only to put it in a new motor and put the factory bar in stock
I ride my bike EVERY single day unless there is more than 6" of snow on the ground.
Thank You 2 Door