Not a normal choice for a café

Maritime

Over 10,000 Posts
LOL +1 on the vintage connectors and the crimping tool. I'll never use anything else. After the cheap auto bullets failed and blew my Dyna, I swapped all my connections over to the vintage and they are excellent.
 

Nemi1596

Been Around the Block
hey if i put my bike into gear while its off and pull the clutch lever how freely should my wheel move?
 

Nemi1596

Been Around the Block
so if it doesnt or its really hard to move bad clutch or disk just kinda stuck since it hasnt been on the road in awhile ?
 

Maritime

Over 10,000 Posts
Probably a stuck disk or 2 if they haven't been used in a while. Doubt the clutch is bad, may need an adjustment.
 

Nemi1596

Been Around the Block
any way to help release them other then starting the bike because havent gotten that far lol and or taking it apart?
 

Maritime

Over 10,000 Posts
turn the engine over a few times to get oil on the plates then you can wheel it down a grade and pop it in second then pull the clutch and see if it frees up.
 

Nemi1596

Been Around the Block
okay ill give it a try thanks i love how helpful and nice everyone is even to noobs that ask a million questions like me
 

Nemi1596

Been Around the Block
yah it just when i put it in gear and then pull the clutch lever i can get it to move with some force so it is working i just think ill need to free them
 

Maritime

Over 10,000 Posts
and try not to do what I did the last time a few weeks ago. I hooked the pull to the push and vice versa. they don't work that way and I had to re-do them LOL. Extra swears on that one.
 

Nemi1596

Been Around the Block
Which way could someone try to get a photo of how its supposed to look

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pidjones

Over 1,000 Posts
Can't get a picture back it there. Top is pull, mounts to right bracket. Under bottom is push, mounts to left bracket. Go to Harbor Freight and by their big locking hemostats - makes it a lot easier.
 

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