clutch problems

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  1. mccsteve727

    mccsteve727 New Member

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    I bought an 80cc motor for my bicycle and no matter what I do the clutch will not engage and the company I bought it from basically said that's my problem. Does anyone out there no how to fix this problem
     
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    oylavabeer New Member

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    Take the clutch sidecover off and tap ( with a plastic hammer ) arround the flower nut to release the seized clutch plates
     
  3. oylavabeer

    oylavabeer New Member

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    right side of the motor 5 screws
     
  4. mccsteve727

    mccsteve727 New Member

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    thanks for your response oylavabeer I just tried that still nothing the clutch just won't engage
     
  5. mccsteve727

    mccsteve727 New Member

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    How do you take off the flower nut?
     
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    Cabinfever1977 New Member

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    are you sure its hooked up correctly,cause its hard to disengage the clutch when its new.
     
  8. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Is it engaged, or dis-engaged? You have everything hooked up and the bike rolls without pulling the clutch? That is a new one, but not insurmountable.
     

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