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October 28th, 2005, 03:59 AM   #11
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Re: kickstarter revisited

You're right on the money, the picture is exactly the part I was talking about . my problem happened while riding in some big hills for most of the day, getting pretty tired, i had flattened the battery after a couple of attempts to get up, so turned around gave the beast a kick but didn't let the kicker fully disengage before I clicked it in gear and dumped the clutch the kicker flicked into position with a bang and that was that, I cleaned it up and put it together, why would you bother i think the part costs all of $6, anyway like all shortcuts didn't work, mine looked a bit worse than your photo, got the new one and no problems since, the smallest burr seemed to make it stick sometimes on the inner edge of the key.
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October 28th, 2005, 04:41 AM   #12
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The tiny spring I seem to recall wasn`t near the kickstarter. Must have fallen out sometime before. That was when I first pulled the kickstarter. The sledge appears to be in good shape. I`am still thinking that there is to much slack some where and as Taffy said the key is not engaging the sledge. Does anyone recall just where the tiny spring went? Waiting on it to warm up a little cold outside right now. Will let you know what I find out when I start inspecting the parts. Thanks.
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October 28th, 2005, 04:53 AM   #13
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It fits into a hole on the main shaft and pushes against the sledge which pushes it out against the inner side of the gear, when the kicker then comes back to rest position it disengages when it rests against the metal piece at the bottom. I might have the names around the wrong way.
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October 28th, 2005, 05:27 AM   #14
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Re: kickstarter revisited

Wilson

i think your post is one of the funniest 'not meant to be funny' posts i've seen.

whatever yoiu're on can i have 1/4 of an ounce please!

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October 28th, 2005, 09:49 AM   #15
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I checked everything over and found where the spring fits in. At home I`m a packrat don`t throw nothing away, I looked in my spare odds and ends that go to a berg and found the spring. To make a long story short I have everything back together. The kickstarter works as it should but beware the little spring. I found out it is a little tricky to get everything back in place. Thanks for the help and I think I need some of that Taffy was talking about. Will keep you posted.
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Re: kickstarter revisited

Originally Posted by wildbill
I need some of what Taffy was talking about. Will keep you posted.
Maybe Json will add this to the online store!
1/4 oz. Husaberg attitude adjuster.



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wildbill,

Good to hear everything is back in and in order. I was going to have you go to my gallery and take a peak at the kickstart shaft but looks like everything is sorted.

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