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Hi, Nathan and the usual suspects are:
1. The front wheel or transmission drive unit has failed.
2. The drive unit tab is not properly indexed.
3. Broken speedometer cable.
4. The speedometer has failed.
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1998 Suzuki GSX... | Answered 3 hours ago


They are available new for as little as $20ish US on ebay. I haven't seen a rebuild kit but for the price of a new unit it seems hardly worth the risk of it leaking after attempting to repair it.

Super... | Answered 11 hours ago


Check the oil level. An oil change should be carried out anyway about every 6 months, and filter change every 12. All dependent on the amount of use it gets.

Bajaj... | Answered 13 hours ago


If you can bang the transmission into neutral and she rolls - the bottom end is seized up. If you can't get the transmission to go out of gear you have a gearbox problem. Found this on a Kawasaki forum that describes a similar situation to what you're experiencing - https://www.kawasakimotorcycle.org/forum/kawasaki-motocross-offroad/41961-kx65-engine-locked-up-im-going.html

Motorcycles | Answered 16 hours ago


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Motorcycles | Answered 19 hours ago


Without knowing which hoses you mean (fuel or vacuum), I'm going to guess you mean fuel. By "Shaking", you mean physically moving the bike around, then it may be an indication of blockage that was agitated loose, either in the fuel tank, or in the carburetor fuel bowls. Remove the tank and rinse it out with a combustible liquid like rubbing alcohol, ensure the selector valve is clean and turned to the correct position, and clean the carbs. If you don't feel confidant with doing the work on the carbs, take it to a shop that you feel comfortable with. Hope this helps.

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