Ok I finally got the flasher problem fixed, the muffler welded, and everything back together. Now something else went wrong already. I went for about a 50 mile ride yesterday, and discovered that after riding for a few miles, the clutch doesn't want to disengage. I can pull it all the way in while riding on the highway at around 60 mph, and nothing happens. It stays engaged. If I whack the throttle open a couple of times with it pulled in then it will release. It's only doing this after riding several miles. Just riding around town, stop and go, it works perfectly. It is properly adjusted. I didn't work on anything to do with the clutch. It's been fine for over a year. Since it works fine around town, I'm assuming the clutch itself is ok. I'm wondering if there might be a problem with the release mechanism. The only manual I have is a Clymer manual the guy I bought it from gave me. It looks like sort of a rack and pinion setup. I'm wondering if something could be sticking or worn. Or maybe something broke. But it seems strange that I can ride it around stop and go for over an hour with no problems. It only refuses to disengage after several miles riding with it engaged.