Hey big bird any luck on the clutch slip. Very curious to what it is or was. 👍
A lot. Don't think such things.What would be the going price to replace the clutch and associated things with it on a 2010 Goldwing Trike?
Not needing it done but wondering just in case down the road one would need it done.
Parts and labor cost?
Problems finding neutral can be caused from clutch creep. I recommend you adjust the clutch lever setting according to the instructions in the Owner's Manual.A couple months ago, I replaced my clutch lever because it had developed a little bit of an up and down wiggle. The new clutch lever solved that and no more slop. But for a while now, I noticed even before the clutch lever change out, I would sometimes have difficulty trying to get into neutral and shifting was a bit difficult while standing still. I attributed it to changing put my regular drivers pegs and controls to the Roadsmith Confort Controls that provide a new shifter. I have always used the #4 setting on both my clutch lever and my brake lever. I dont remember why but before my last trip, I switched the clutch from #4 to #3. I noticed right away that I was now easily able to find neutral when stopped as well as shift into 1 or 2.
One other thing I noticed is that I changed out the lever because the slop and would sometimes not be able to start the bike in gear. Usually wiggling it while I had it pulled, I could get it to start. It got better with new lever but still occasionally still wouldnt work. However changing from #4 to #3 setting seemed to cure this as well. It will now start in gear every time.
I just wanted to pass this along just in case it might help.
Eliminate the hydraulic portion of the clutch by removing the slave cylinder. Remove all 3 of it's bolts, and to keep from damaging your slave cylinder, secure the back piston from being pushed out. Then retest if wheel turns in 5th.b) new now, in 5th gear, tried to turn rear wheel and could. The driveshaft turns, too.