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Old 09-23-2013, 07:39 PM   #28861
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Rented an apartment once with lots of cute girls about. I found out later they were ALL lesbians...yes, i'm sure.
That's tough luck.....I'm guessing no converts?
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That's tough luck.....I'm guessing no converts?
I offered to convert, but they wouldn't have me.
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You could have dressed in a cute little teddy bear outfit
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Prob warped or less likely the bearing for the clutch basket is froze , if its a harley they had a double friction plate with rivets that caused hell .

The wrong oil will make it grab but not hold
Pressure plate in wrong

Hell I have already roasted my new one and I went with Red Alto frictions and steels , you can forget finding neutral at a light unless you shut it off

Again , depending on the bike but if its all mechanical , is a arm or lever bent ?

What kind of bike ?

Gello , whats a lesbians favorite kind of wood ?
Tongue and groove
It's an 82 Honda ft500.

This is what's boggling my mind here, EVERYTHING seems to be in perfect working order, except that the clutch is staying engaged and will not seem to disengage, AT ALL. Like I said, we took it apart and pulled the plates apart (they were stuck, but not even very badly, I could've popped them lose with my fingernail.)
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http://www.thumpertalk.com/index.php?app=core&module=search&do=search&fromMai nBar=1

Maybe they could help?
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Trip , now that I look at the parts break down , its either the the 2 springs called judder springs on the outer side of the clutch pack ,
the clutch rod is twisted
Or when u tear it down again lay the plate out on a known flat surface and check for flatness

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/search/Honda/Motorcycle/1982/FT500+A/CLUTCH/parts.html

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/search/Honda/Motorcycle/1982/FT500+A/RIGHT+CRANKCASE+COVER/parts.html

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I believe they're the ones that suggested separating the clutch plates. It's a clutch pack not just a pressure plate and friction disc. There are like 4 friction discs and a few intermediate plates. I'm lost
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7 steels
6 frictions and 1 special friction
Starting from the inside going out it should be
f = friction
s = steel

f
s
f
s
f
s
f
s
f
s
f
s
After the 6th steel plate is your special friction plate ,
then some sort of big ass clip ,
then your last steel plate
then the 2 round judder springs and last should be your outer clutch hub

Those springs should only go 1 way but look at the wear on them to see which way it rode , I may be wrong but I think they act like the fingers on a pressure plate , they clamp the disc together .
Dont attempt to look at all this like a automotive clutch , just not even the same ball park

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What's with the 500cc single, anyways?

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What's with the 500cc single, anyways?
It's free, so what about it?

I'm a new member on thumpertalk. It doesn't seem to be helping me much. One dude said to jump on, run it up into 3rd or 4th gear, and punch it a few times.
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