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ward2699 10-08-2021 02:21 PM

help with ultima RSD6
 
i have an ultima rsd6 with hydralic clutch actuation. the other day my trany wouldnt disengage. so i was looking at the actuator and it was out past the o-ring. i knocked it back in bat damaged the o-ring. it has been fine for over a year then boom??? ive looke donline for parts and guidance to no avail, anyone know how where and how to replace the o-ring. and why this my have happened. i havent pulled the pushrod out yet but will soon....maybe it broke.. IDK

Spade115 10-12-2021 08:23 AM

might just be wear and tear, or your riding style changed a bit?

I know I kept destroying my throw out bearing on my FXR and had to install a stock spring on my clutch basket, have you done anything to yours any small changes?

could be a different problem.

ward2699 10-13-2021 10:47 PM

i think your right (wear and tear). i took it all apart and the clutch pushrod is wearing at the ends. but i does have stiffer springs in it. wierd tho it only has roughtly 3000 miles on it. looks like ill be changing the pushrod ever 5k.....

Spade115 10-14-2021 07:06 AM

Yeah, The clutch basket on my FXR would destroy the throw out bearing every "Spirited" ride lol.

I ended up carrying tools in the tool roll and a few bearings in my pocket lol


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