High-G FJR Junkie!
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Millgrove, ON, CA
With everything assembled correctly, the spring (13) should be pushing everything together, such that when in gear (engine off, stopped, in gear, on centerstand) rear wheel should not be able to rotate. Will it?
If so, then something is holding that clutch rod from returning to rest position (slave cylinder retracted), lever out. If lever is hard to pull, perhaps slave has not retracted, still pushing on clutch rod, which is pushing against the spring (13).
Have to make sure the bearing 16 and push rod 26 aren't hung up on each other. Hung up, it in effect makes the clutch rod longer.... I'd recheck this first.
Hard to believe the hydraulics are an issue being you just bled them... if all above is correct, then fluid may not be returning to the reservoir, what would happen if you cracked open the bleeder (be prepared to re-bleed)... does fluid come out with some pressure, and then can you rotate rear wheel with it in gear?
If so, then perhaps master cylinder issue? Clogged return fluid passage?
Keep yer stick on the ice....
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