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Old 09-21-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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Troubles in Moab

Not terribly huge but my KTM 200 exc has decided 2 gears is all I deserve (you guys know I need a few more)

My bet is something jamming in the linkage behind the clutch but I don't have the tools or the place to work on it, I do have enough experience to do the work so I'm hopping I can rent a little shop space or does someone know someone I can take it to, I would take it to Mike at the Yamaha shop but their closed today and tomorrow.

My wife is packing her cell 385 355 5352 if that makes things easier, the motel wifi is not so good
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Old 09-21-2014, 05:38 PM   #2
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Not terribly huge but my KTM 200 exc has decided 2 gears is all I deserve (you guys know I need a few more)

My bet is something jamming in the linkage behind the clutch but I don't have the tools or the place to work on it, I do have enough experience to do the work so I'm hopping I can rent a little shop space or does someone know someone I can take it to, I would take it to Mike at the Yamaha shop but their closed today and tomorrow.

My wife is packing her cell 385 355 5352 if that makes things easier, the motel wifi is not so good
I hate to be a buzz kill but your probably gonna have to split the cases to see what went bad
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Old 09-21-2014, 05:44 PM   #3
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Old 09-21-2014, 07:39 PM   #4
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yep- call Fred at Arrowhead
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dont ruin your vacation

renta bike if you need to...http://www.dualsportutah.com/...
jim is also a good guy!
i have no connection to his services! other than wan a free rental some day!!! lol yeah right...lol
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Pull the side cover if you can pull the clutch and basket off. Check the star shifter bolt for loosness. If it is loose, clean and blue loctite it.
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Old Yesterday, 08:02 AM   #7
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Thanks guys, Fred at Arrowhead pulled my clutch and we found a broken shift spring, fished out the busted side and I'm going to jury rig a external spring/ bungee or just ride it. He didn't have any replacement parts but said if I push the lever down manually with my toe I should get higher gears.
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