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Old 12-21-2014, 11:25 PM
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Default Re: Clutch cable and clutch adjusting procedures.

dont reply on this if youn have notin to say about what my problem is and how to fix it dont care about otherpeoples problems that dont help me
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Old 12-21-2014, 11:31 PM
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clutch shoes are new just replaced i replaced them when my clutch arm was under neath carb and couldnt b adjusted any more how do i fix that i increased the leanght of the bucking bar to give it more through and nothin cant even move the clutch arm when put back togethere i also tightend the flower nut real tight on the pads to prevent further slipping is the a nother adjustment to make with the actual shaft itsself
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Old 12-22-2014, 12:45 AM
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check that the flower nut isn't on the rod so far that when released it is stuck against the shaft so that the outer pressure plate never gets to the pads
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Old 12-22-2014, 10:00 AM
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clutch shoes are new just replaced i replaced them when my clutch arm was under neath carb and couldnt b adjusted any more how do i fix that...
Your clutch arm should not be able to go in clear to under the carb.

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i increased the leanght of the bucking bar to give it more through and nothin cant even move the clutch arm when put back togethere...
Huh?

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i also tightend the flower nut real tight on the pads to prevent further slipping is the a nother adjustment to make with the actual shaft itsself
Man, you really should read how the clutch works.

On the left side you have the engage arm in the side cover.
The drive sprocket has a pin poking out of it.

The flat spot on the engage arm lines up against the pin with the clutch released.
Pull the clutch lever and the engage arm shaft turns, pushing the rod in the middle of the sprocket.

If your pin does not stick out you probably lost the single ball bearing that goes behind the pin.

On the right side you have the flower nut, your only internal adjustment.
With the clutch engaged you turn it in until it contacts the pads, then back it of a 1/4 turn and put the set screw in.

So, with the clutch released the silver pressure plate goes against the pads and drives you.
When you pull the lever it moves the pressure plate out a mm or 2 to disengage the engine from the drive sprocket.
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Old 12-22-2014, 10:19 AM
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dont reply on this if youn have notin to say about what my problem is and how to fix it dont care about otherpeoples problems that dont help me
Not sure who this was directed at but it isn't the way to get help here. You need to go back to your original thread and read what others have suggested. http://motorbicycling.com/showthread...308#post589308

Also please don't start a new thread in another area asking the same question. Multiple and duplicate posts will be removed.

The link to this tutorial was offered to assist you in properly adjusting the clutch. You might take the time to read it and try the steps outlined there.

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