OMG man, I want to pour gasoline all over it and light it on fire
Clutch lever broke, wear and tear.
Hoping I did not smoke the trans riding home clutch less.
I called Ray the Tow guy, my wrench and Harley Davidson. No one available to tow... Thus I fired it up, pushed, kicked into gear and gassed it... Blew all lights, stop signs etc
It's in my garage, I'm back at work.... Need to cool off
You can up and down shift without the clutch and it won't hurt the trans if done properly. You just preload the shift lever with a little tension, then quickly roll off the throttle. It'll slip into the next gear. To downshift, roll off the throttle, load the shifter with a little tension, then blip the throttle lightly but quickly. It'll drop into the next lower gear. When coming to a stop, you can click into neutral and coast to a stop. Taking off is a little tricky, but can be done by clicking it into gear then quickly ease on the throttle
Though the name “Crocker” may not resonate among the non-initiated as readily as Harley Davidson or Indian, enthusiasts recognize Crocker motorcycles as one of the most desirable and powerful bikes of the pre-war era.