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The clutch on my 83 Yam. Venture has fluid pressure and plenty of throw and engages about half way out, but the clutch does not seem to be disengaging all the way and clanks into gears. It is also hard to get into neutral when running. Is there an adjustment on this clutch somewhere?

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Mate.With older bikes,the clutch plates will sometimes stick together.Say there is 8 plates.5 stick together and it just wont slip properly.Pull it apart.Clean each plate.It MUST go back together in the same order as it came apart.Not a hard job but do it slowly and double check all parts are in order.You can do this, but you will never walk out of a shop without a good bill.Hope this helps

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