Had a beautiful day here recently, went out to start my 82 1100 and the start clutch wouldn't engage after repeated attempts. I removed the engine, not alot of fun, got it all apart, replaced the rollers, springs and spring caps with new Honda parts (partzilla), figured i`d better check and repair the starter, cleaned it, checked the brush thickness, still good, used compressor to blow it clean, checked reduction gears, no problems, bench tested, darn motor jumped off the bench!, cleaned all the roller surfaces with carb cleaner and then lacquer thinner, reassembled and installed, reinstalled the engine, not alot of fun, again. Wont start, Again! So is this common, what did i miss? I`m confident i installed the clutch assy correctly because i checked rotation with a wrench before replacing the cover, everything went Roundy round. And frankly i don't understand how smooth steel rollers
engagea smooth steel surface. All help appreciated.