As if I don't have enough issues already with my K1200LT.
Get the motor in and oil leak on cam tensioner bolt, etc.
Anyway, so I go to put it in 1st gear so I can torque the lug nuts on the rear wheel and I got no friction. Wheel just spins.
I recall the clutch release push rod sticking out a bit far but I did manage to bolt down the slave cylinder while pushing it in at the same time.
Now goddamn clutch is disengaged all the time. Had no issues mating up the trans input shaft to the new clutch disc, used the clutch push rod and a socket to align everything.
So this means I gotta pull the stupid rear swing arm AGAIN and look in the clutch release rod hole.
This thing is driving me nuts. What is seemingly a used engine replacement has gone into days and days and wknds and wknds of work. Sick of it.
Good thing I didn't put the exhaust on yet. Sheesh.
Anyone else know how far that stupid push rod is supposed to stick out/into the slave cylinder bore to be correct?
Didn't drill the weep hole yet either I suppose I should do that as well.