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Old 11-01-2012, 12:19 PM   #1186
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Hey hdog
Good pic here
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...usky+Husqvarna
Blue arrow shows nut that comes loose - above it green arrow is counter balance . woodruff is #9 3/4 x 3/16 and needs toque to 73ft lb.

I bought new springs from husky and washers from indy . Didnt have the tools so took clutch basket to direct clutch services albion brisbane . They do clutch work on heaps of race cars n drag cars . I asked about making it service able and they said rivets are best - they wont come loose ... So i am going with that .. $88 for the work was good too . Reckon clutch is good for at least 20k now . Regular checks on drive nut, cam chain and should be sweet .
thanks Stu, that clears a lot up, I will measure the springs to see if I need new ones [ mainly out of curiousity] ..will put in new clutch as well while ive got it apart, but overall if it hadnt of been for the shitty cush washers i reckon it had a nother 10000 in it.;....At least I know now where the larger metal fragments were coming from over the past year or so in my oil changes....
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:41 PM   #1187
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clutch troubles

looking for a few ideas guys, my oem clutch cable recently broke and i had a couple of new cables made up. my problem is now to get the clutch to work properly (ie to be able to shift through the gears smoothly with the clutch in) i have to have the cable adjusted right to the very end at the engine and on the handle bars. im sure the oem cable wasnt adjusted this far and now the clutch is also very heavy. i have checked and the stroke of the new cable is identical to the oem one.

any idea what could be going on??
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Old 11-02-2012, 12:25 AM   #1188
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Bensl i use the longer cable for kellyz motosportz in usa . Pull is much the same as stock cable and allows for bar risers . Quality is good .

First time i rode with it after a few 100ks in pissing rain it got so tight i couldn't pull it to engage clutch - i realised later i routed it too close to a hot spot in motor or maybe pipes . The heat melting the inners . I cleaned, lubed , taped it and re routed it - fine since .
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Old 11-02-2012, 12:43 AM   #1189
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i am pretty sure it followed the original routing pretty closely but i will try re-routing and see if that helps.

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Old 11-02-2012, 02:49 AM   #1190
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Well time for an update to the new bike, dodgy service Replacement clutch saga.

rebuild quote is in. $4004 all up, more wrecked stuff in the engine than you could, well, almost put into an engine. about what i expected really given the damage that i saw when it was all apart on the workshop bench.....

And what about the other shop you say? Well they have decided to definately to do warranty compensation the hard way! All evidence points a a single incorrect spacer on the new basket having caused all the damage but they deny not putting all the right parts in. I guess a good solicitor and access to parts order sheets and part numbers ought to sort that out.

And in case wanted your Husky serviced by Jeffs Bikes and Bits in Mackay, I would suggest otherwise.

Still can't believe a bike goes in for a "service" and 53ks after it's almost beyond repair.

If nothing else it will make a good story for a while......

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Old 11-02-2012, 03:28 AM   #1191
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Wow ..
Shit i hope i put my clutch back together correctly tomorrow .

Lizard we need a husky party ride when its all sorted .
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:57 PM   #1192
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Myself and dustrbruva put our 610's back together .

New clutches and dustbruvas new woodruff . All running good .

Think next will be a safari tank and some suspension work
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:21 AM   #1193
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Clutch Hub

Finally got round to getting the clutch hub out, Bike has now done 16,000km.
Washers looked good but plate is stuffed. After I get this side back together the cam chain is next, On 7 clicks out.
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:23 AM   #1194
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Finally got round to getting the clutch hub out, Bike has now done 16,000km.
Washers looked good but plate is stuffed. After I get this side back together the cam chain is next, On 7 clicks out.
http://i1126.photobucket.com/albums/...0/PB170341.jpg

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Weird how your washers are good after 16k and mine falling apart after 5k ..
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:32 AM   #1195
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Weird how your washers are good after 16k and mine falling apart after 5k ..
The bike is ridden fairly hard, But I do use the clutch for say 90% of gear shifts, A bad habit of owning a Harley. Never had synthetic oil in it. So not sure why its ok.
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:11 AM   #1196
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Cam Chain

After the clutch Hub I did the Cam chain, I was going to leave it till next oil change but it was half way apart. Couple of shitty things but its done. Adjuster was on 10 clicks, Found the Cam chain had worn away the reed valve plate a few mm. I would say it was stretched 4mm when hung against the new one. I had no wear on the reed valve at 7 clicks so 10 clicks or more means change it.
Also found the source of the plastic I was finding in the bottom filter, it was the glue off the magnets on the fly wheel. A normal issue with 610s I have been told.
If any one else is doing the clutch hub try getting parts from US Clutch hub Bush here is $55 -- US $16.25 and Steel backing plate $42-- US $8.75.
And now BMW own them look out.
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Old 12-07-2012, 11:33 PM   #1197
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Did you get the bike fixed ?? Hows it going ?
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Old 12-14-2012, 01:45 PM   #1198
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Hi All,

Have been off line for a couple of months ....moving down to Melbourne and settling down here certainly took longer than I anticipated.

Dragged my bike out of the shed and found the rego expired in April this year....Note to self RIDE YOUR DAMN BIKE MORE OFTEN!

Looking for people interested in doing any kind of riding around Melbourne.
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Old 12-26-2012, 01:01 AM   #1199
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Buggered steering bearings

Thought i might chuck this in the 610 thread[cut from the 650 thread]
Seems the 630 has a bit of a issue eating steering bearings
Looks like the 610 and 630 share the same stem bearings etc.
poppy provided some info
Does the 610 have a plug in the top of the steerer?
It's small enough hole but shit gets in on the 630
Does the 610 steering lock cover the hole and maybe making it harder for shit to fall thru?
630 doesn't use this hole for the steering lock
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Had a look down the steerer tube and i think i can see where water grit etc can get in.Had a bit of dirt down there.




Bit of a design fault on the 630.Just replace the bearings and it'll happen again.
The slot isn't needed for the steering lock on the te630 so i'm guessing the triples are left overs from another model.Probably fill the slot and run a couple of plugs to stop anything entering.
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Appologies to the 650 thread, but curiousity had me check some pics i took when playing with the 610. I have had no issue with steering head bearings. Looks to be a similar set up Will. They even went to the trouble of deburring the hole on the 630

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Old 12-26-2012, 01:25 AM   #1200
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No plug Will. I can't see any reason why they be different. Can you reach down that far and maybe plug it with blue tac or similar. That crap in your steerer looks like it is coming up. Looks almost sandy type shit from the front wheel.
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