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clutch help

Post  dinky on February 9th 2010, 7:03 pm

i'd like to get my low end back.

i've never dealt with them before and would like some assistance before i leave

anyone have anytime tonight to swing by show me how to work these things?

a text is preferred. holler at your boy!
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Re: clutch help

Post  fishsticks on February 9th 2010, 7:31 pm

its super simple dude, but you need the clutch puller. ive got one, could swing by this evening.
basically, take off the clutch cable, then cover. there will be a large ring that holds the first plate in, then there is a nut on top of the clutch, take that off, then use the puller to remove the clutch done. sounds complex takes 10 minutes if you got the tools.
basically your tightening the 3 or 2 screws on the clutch so that there is more tension on them, this increased tension takes more centrifugal force (rpms) to get the arms to swing out and engage. having the clutch grab right when your pipe/kits power band hits is super ideal but the more it slips the more it wears.
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