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Thrust bearing keeps breaking

Thrust bearing that attaches to the pull rod for the clutch keeps deterioating and causing clutch cable to loosen. Bearing comes apart in crankcase.

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Overtightened or torqued harleys have simmuler problem too.!! it is importent to make sure the screw &nut adjustment.is perfect that means ajusting it first for slipage and then cabel !!! hope it helped

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