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Old 07-31-2010, 10:12 PM
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Default Re: Help.. Broken Bottom engine casing.

Sorry I've been a little busy and haven't checked up on your progress but you're in very good hands with Gear Nut and Kevlar helping you along.
Your clutch actuator problem might be a result of either the ball bearing or the pin not seating properly in the bore. Did you lubricate both of those parts before assembly? Is it possible that there is too much grease in the bore that is keeping the ball and pin from going in all the way? With enough pressure applied by hand, if the problem is excess grease, it should push out and allow the ball and pin to seat. If everything is right the pin should only protrude from the center of the sprocket by about 3/8 to 1/4". Did you adjust or change anything on the clutch during disassembly? Did you notice during the initial disassembly that there was pressure on the clutch actuator cover during removal?
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