Re: Batavus HS50 Clutch not disengaging

Joe Woods /
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i'm not familiar with your bike.. Since your external parts are OK, i guess you need to look a little deeper.

i'm going from memory about a bike i had with a similar clutch/lever starting setup. But my bike was a two speed and the clutch was in with the tranny gears and was wet.

The external lever turned a shaft which goes down through the case.. That shaft had a fork on the end which moved another lever that engages the clutch. On my bike, this internal fork/lever setup had another spring. All this stuff was accessed by removing a side cover.

Hopefully as you work your way in you will see a mechanical linkage problem. If not, the clutch pads or springs may be at fault.

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