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What do you call the stud that the clutch fork pivots on

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Clutch fork pivot ball stud

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Did it pop out of position or what? Or was this after you replaced the clutch or what?

Well on clutch forks ive seen. There is a rounded stud sticking out and goes into a rounded
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And theres a spring that snaps the throwout bearing onto the fork. Could either be that
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I think the spring broke and made the fork drop down, because the spring holds the bearing
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