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Clutch lever takes too soon - 2000 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic

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Adjust in the primary and set the freeplay at the lever also

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use a T-27 with a small ratchet and use pressure to get the derby cover off the first time. If you try and take any kind of short cut you will have a bad day.

Adjust only when totally cold

When adjusting the clutch, back of the adjusting screw out and then spin back to tighten. You can really feel it when the adjustment screw seats. As soon as you feel that little bit of pressure, stop! Just rotate a half turn back, and you should be right on the money.

The clutch cable will stretch over time, but all you have to do is take up the slack. Just tighten it up until the clutch lever has a nickel's worth of slack in it. If it's too tight the clutch might not fully engage. You do not have to adjust the clutch if you are just taking up slack on the lever.

These tasks take very little time, even for a first timer. Again, don't over think it. Trust me, I know it's easy to do.

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Adjust the clutch on your FXRP the same way you adjust it on any H-D.

First, find the cable adjuster, loosen the lock nut, and turn the adjuster inwards and get as much slack in the cable as possible.

Then, take the derby cover off. In the center of the clutch assy, you'll see a bolt and a locknut. Loosen the locknut and turn the bolt inwards until you feel a resistance. Do not force the bolt as you'll start to disengage the clutch. Turn it inwards only until you feel the resistance. Then, back the bolt back out 1/2 turn, and lock the lock nut. Replace the derby cover.

Now, go back the cable adjuster and adjust it outward until you have 1/8" freeplay at the lever. Lock the locknut and replace the rubber boot.

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It still sounds like that roller ball is missing. Do you have a manual to check for exact location? Yamahas have them on the casing side but not sure about Hondas. It is REALLY easy to drop out without being seen.

Parts in that casing do not usuall "weld" themselves together unless someone has really been abusting the clutch. Could be the clutch spring has lost some tension but no way to tell without comparing it with a new one. If you had a manual or even a friendly dealer you could find out proper specs. for the spring and then measure yours.

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