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    Question Pulled Push Rod #1 from the clutch assembly

    Hi guys,

    Good day! I pulled this Push Rod #1 from the clutch basket module by accident, is it OK if I just push it back into the hole it came off from?

    This push rod #1 from the middle of the clutch assembly
    IMG_20181129_115954.jpg

    It is the part indicated here in the diagram (Blue arrow). Apparently there's a ball (red arrow) behind it. Should I be worried? Or can I just put the rod back?
    pushrod01.jpg

    Thanks in advance guys for responding.

    Best regards,
    Gunn
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    If you still have the ball bearing, just put it back together the way it came apart. If you don't have the ball bearing, you will need to get a replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    If you still have the ball bearing, just put it back together the way it came apart. If you don't have the ball bearing, you will need to get a replacement.
    Thanks Brian. I just want to know if the ball would came off easily. I don't have the tool to pull open that part to inspect...
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    This is all you need to remove the ball bearing, or you could just tip the bike over to the right side (but be careful that the ball bearing doesn't roll away and get lost).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    This is all you need to remove the ball bearing, or you could just tip the bike over to the right side (but be careful that the ball bearing doesn't roll away and get lost).

    Ball bearing.jpg
    Thanks so much Brian! managed to put everything back together, thanks again!

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