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My Cluch feels loose and doesn't grab till almost all the way out But doesn't slip is this normal

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It sounds like your clutch needs adjusting. you may be able to adjust the cable and get it like you want it. Follow the cable down until you come to a rubber bellows type cover. Move the cover up or down so you can get to the adjuster. Loosen the lock nut and turn the adjuster inwards about a half turn and try it. Keep doing this until you get the engagement point where you want it. When finished, you MUST have about an 1/8" freeplay at the hand lever. If not, you need to go through the entire adjustment procedure.

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