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Old 03-21-2006   #1
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hey this is kind of a stupid question and I could prob figure it out myself but ive never had this before so a bit of help would be great.

My clutch feels dry and I was wondering how to get rid of that feeling.

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uhh ... what is dry clutch?
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my buddy whos a mechanic said that thats what it was. Luckily hes outta town now.

I dont know what it is either. Its kinda making a squeaking noise and is almost "clicking" as I put it in. It works great though and feels good besides that. ???????

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it's an un-lubed shift fork or something like that. nothing major to worry about
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cool man thanks.....

any info on how I could fix that up??

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Read thru this, easy fix.
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