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Old 05-01-2020, 11:31 AM
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Default 280 TXT Clutch drag

Hi all,
Not been on for a while, but I though while I have time on my hands with these current circumstances I would get the TXT ride worthy again. I have sent off for some brake master cylinder seals to hopefully sort the front brake, but noticed I couldn't disengage the clutch. Now I know about the putting it in gear, rocking etc but it still wont budge. I do run it on the correct oil, but remember reading an article about a brass bush that can get tight and need relieving which can help. The problem is I can't find any diagrams that show me which bit. I have never really taken off any main parts of the engine housing and don't want to make any mistakes. Any photos or links would be gratefully received. It is a 2001 non Pro model.
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