Seized Engine


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Barlow
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1983 Yamaha Venture Royale
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1970 Honda CB750

Seized Engine

Postby Barlow » Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:13 pm



I posted awhile back about the engine in my 75 Wing being seized.
Well with some info from the members here it is now turning over with the tranny in 5h gear and using the rear wheel but..............
With the tranny in neutral, when I try to turn the engine over with the kick start lever it won't budge.
Any idea why and how to fix that problem ?
The bike has been sitting for a long period of time and I'm thinking the clutch plates are stuck together.


Happy trails,
Barlow

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Re: Seized Engine

Postby seelyark1 » Wed Jun 15, 2016 11:09 pm

I used to have a tractor that did the same thing. I would put it in first gear, tie the clutch pedal down, and rock it back and forth. Some times it would take a lot, but eventually it would break loose. Hope it works.
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Barlow
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1983 Yamaha Venture Royale
1975 GL1000 GoldWing
1970 Honda CB750

Re: Seized Engine

Postby Barlow » Thu Jun 16, 2016 9:45 am

seelyark1 wrote:I used to have a tractor that did the same thing. I would put it in first gear, tie the clutch pedal down, and rock it back and forth. Some times it would take a lot, but eventually it would break loose. Hope it works.


Worth a try.
I'll let you know.
Happy trails,
Barlow


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