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2006 c50 clutch adjustment

Can some one help me i need to adjust my clutch it is really clunky when i shift or is this the way these are this is my first bike and i am loving it thanks
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Re: 2006 c50 clutch adjustment

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Can some one help me i need to adjust my clutch it is really clunky when i shift or is this the way these are this is my first bike and i am loving it thanks
In addition to the clutch adjustment, an oil change using a good synthetic oil, such as Mobil-1 15W50 seems to make the transmission shift a bit smoother.

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If ya got a C50 throw in a GMan bushing too



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g man bushing

whats a g man bushing and where can i buy it what does it do ?
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If ya got a C50 throw in a GMan bushing too
ditto....got one and make sure when you get it from gman industries....to clean the shaft and race real good with a solvent....to rid all the grease and oil.

Nice crisp positive clicks into gear. But you will hear some clunk because.....well, you're shifting gears...


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http://gmanindustries.com/product_in...roducts_id=121

Here ya go.....dan


ps...if you take your bike in for service...make sure you label or tell the shade tree mechanic NOT TO OIL THE Bushing you will ruin it.

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shoot...forgot one thing....Blue Loc-Tite is your friend when you put the bolt back on for your shifter.....dan

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