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Clutch seems to be slipping

Looking to do a clutch repair/adjustment.
Would like to know specifics on how to do this.

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If it is a hydraulic activated clutch, there is no adjustment, clutches slip from wear of the friction plates or from using car oils instead of motorcycle oils

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