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Old 03-27-2011, 03:14 PM   #832
chasbo
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Location: Prescott, Arizona
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Thanks for the tips Duck. I was hoping you would chime in on some of those. The toughest fix looks to be the clutch, but your tips should make it doable. The dealer supposedly lubed the clutch splines and replaced the clutch plates when the water pump was done, but it was slipping the day I picked it up. The dealer told me that it would stop slipping after a bit. Now with 10k on the clocks since the work, both the water pump is leaking again and the clutch is still slipping. I will never use that shop again and plan on doing my own work from here on out.

I fixed the garage problem by moving to a new home where I have a very nice sealed/non leaking place to keep my bikes and finally set up a proper workshop. Life is definitely better these days!

Now I gotta go remove my gas cap and fuel sensor....thanks again
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