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How do i adjust a clutch on a 06 dyna low rider

I changed the bars and the cables and now i don't have a clutch

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In alot of cases after the clutch lever is removeds and reinstalled you will have to some minor adjustment. Start by setting the adjuster on the clutch lever to the center then start playing with the adjustment on the crankcase. once everything is in adjustment to where you like then lock everything down.

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