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The rear wheel might spin...some. What's your idle speed? At about 1500 rpms, you might get a little bit of movement, but not much if any. When the bike is cold, the rpms will be up to around 2000 and you'll get some rear wheel movement. It should not be much at all though. I can stop mine if moving at 1500 rpms with just the toe of my boot.

I have a friend though who's clutch we just changed. His was down to metal to metal with a clutch spring broken and the rear wheel was spinning. In his case, it was spinning enough that on gravel and stopped, the rear wheel was trying to turn still.

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Can you stop it (the rear wheel) by resting your shod foot against it gently? If so then it is normal within the idle speed considerations provided by Chris...
 
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