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Old 08-23-2010, 10:01 AM   #1
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Hi!, I have a bayou 220 (1991) and the clutch stays engaged all the time, the bike keeps going by itself when i stop. I took it apart and everything seems ok, no broken springs or anything in the primary or secondary clutch. The rivets are a bit loose on the back of the basket and the bands look to me worn out pretty much. The inside of the primary drum has got little grooves in it also. What should i do. I don't want to put new clutches in it.
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Have you adjusted the clutch?
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yes i did
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Then it looks like you need new clutches. You can probably find a used set that will last forever.
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