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My wife's 2006 CB 250 Nighthawk needs a new clutch, so I got the bits and pieces and started the job.

As I began the work I had to stop, as I didn't yet own a clutch nut socket.

While fiddling with the clutch plates, this one piece fell out from "no where". More specifically, I perceived it to fall from the front of the clutch plate area.

I've been snooping the fiche on bikebandit.com, but have not yet nailed down what this bit is, or where it belongs. Any assistance?



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my guess, clutch lift pin.
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As a side comment, maybe you don't need a new clutch. Maybe it was just that loose part getting where it shouldn't belong.
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It's part 15441-149-000 and 15447-149-000, they go on the end of the crankshafft, above the oil pump. The crankshaft is that thing with the big nut on the end, just below the "3-18".
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It's part 15441-149-000 and 15447-149-000, they go on the end of the crankshafft, above the oil pump. The crankshaft is that thing with the big nut on the end, just below the "3-18".

I see it now, and it makes sense. Thank you so much!!
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