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I had my bike jacked up to get the fork seal and front wheel swap.
I then started the bike up, and i notice in neutral, the rear wheel will rotate if i make the chock richer. Is that suppose to happen? I thought in neutral the clutch is fully disengage.

If my assumption is right, then i think my clutch is old. FYI, my bike has 35k miles. I tried to adjust the clutch cable, but its the same.
 

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thats just the residual turning motion being transfered through the friction in the oil and bearings grab a hold of it if it stops your fine and it WILL stop if your in neutral if not your in gear
 

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Nothing wrong there. If you can rest your hand on it and it stops youve got no worries.

+1 on Nitros post, its just friction moving everything about cause its so tight in there :p
 

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Whats your idle speed?If its just a little too high.The rear wheel will turn when not touching the ground.It should idle around 1300rpm.
 
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