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Clutch adjustment im trying to adjust my clucth and its not working still rpms go to high not moving like it should just cant figure the best way to adjust it i try 2 tighten the inside screw tell i feel then back it off 1/4 not working well

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Definately slipping. Have enough free play to allow full engagement? Most important is the oil the right type. wet clutches don't like standard motor oil.

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