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Old 01-10-2011, 12:12 AM
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Default Re: clutch arm position

Clutch arm position alone isn't the most accurate way of determining proper setup as it's a bit inconsistent & ya really need only insure there's no slack in the cable but no real tension when the lever is released.

The clutch actuator arm is on a splined shaft, but it's not always pressed on in the same position from engine to engine - in fact I remove mine and turn it in a spline or two to help prevent it catching on my pant leg *shrug*
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