That diagram isn't the best, but it appears that rotating #17 against #16 (which has little ramps), makes it push against #24. That, in turn, presses against the clutch through bearing #33. That bearing sticking, or there is a lack of oil where #24 makes contact with the center of the clutch drive plate, could be the source of the binding. Since this should be a wet clutch, there should be plenty of oil. But, taking off cover #2 should let you see what's going on in there. It appears that #16 catches in that cover to keep it from turning, so watch for that. It also appears that #21 holds ball bearings in #17 from falling out, another thing to watch for.
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'68-7? CB450 and '98 Valkyrie Tourer, too
Last edited by WintrSol; 04-09-2010 at 11:59 PM.