Re: Clutch arm questions
Home being 5:00 right?
Is your engine assembled to the point where you can check to see if it's in gear or in neutral? It would help to see if it's actually getting in and out of gear.
If it is, then something is really really wrong with your internal spring tension. Here's what you can do to help us out. Get a pic of that pin under the cover (that goes into the center of the sprocket), and also on the actual clutch when the arm is moved into and out of gear. Would help to see the position of the flower nut, and the range at which that outer wheel (round metal plate the flower nut screws into) moves while the arm is in, and out. Just to see if everything else is functioning right.
Last edited by moronic_kaos; 06-16-2010 at 10:43 PM.