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Clutch adjustment what's the length of the cluch pushrod??

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Whats the problem , not enough adjustment ? did you take the rod out ? normally there is a ball bearing in there b4 the rod is it missing ? have you looked at the clutch , does it have a nut and screw in the centre and is adjustment ok ?

Posted on May 12, 2014

Testimonial: "no,it's just to know the length ,because i have a clutch rod,which mesures 24,6 cm,to be shure without needin' to buy a new one"

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    paul May 12, 2014

    soz i dont know spec's but try it in and see if long enough as there normally is a mark where seal sat ! then check adjustment ok !

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