Re: More garelli clutch woes

Jon Herr /
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> pat splat Wrote:

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> no.15, the clutch bell should spin freely on the crank, its got these

> little oil holes that get clogged. gotta clean up n maybe fine

> sandpaper. u can also sand your rubber clutch some if its rubbing.

Thanks for your help so far man, been super helpful. Spent some time with a rotary tool and cleaned/polished up the clutch bell and took some material off of the clutch itself this morning. Was actually able to get it started.

It runs and idles fine on the stand, had it running for 20+ minutes, but as soon as any weight or resistance is on the back wheel it stalls out. Is that the clutch grabbing again and i still need to remove some more clutch material?

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