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Clutch lever I have been using just my index and middle finger to pull the clutch lever in but sometimes the lever squeezes my pinkie and ring finger which are still holding onto the grip. I would like to keep pulling the clutch like this becuase I want to be holding on or atleast somewhat holding on at all times. How do I remedy this?

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Adjust the perchthere are many ways of adjustment.just keep playin with ityoull get it,,

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