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Pulled cover off and cultch cable and now i have no clutch can some one help

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Well, let's try adjusting the cable. Find the clutch cable adjuster in the middle of the cable. Break the locknut loose and turn the adjuster inwards to get all the slack you an in the cable.

Now at the primary cover, remove the clutch release mechanism cover. Take the spring and the lock nut out of the cover. Now, turn the screwdriver slotted acrew counterclockwise until it stops. Then turn it clockwise 1/4 turn. Replace the lock nut, spring, and the cover on the primary.

Go back to the cable adjuster and adjust it outward until you have about an 1/8" freeplay at the lever.

Good Luck
Steve

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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Clutch is slipping


The clutch friction plates may be worn out.

The clutch adjustment is likely way out in any case. You will need to go into the inspection (derby) cover and adjust the clutch and the cable adjustment will have to be done at the same time.



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Loosen locknut on adjuster screw in center of clutch pressure plate:

http://www.chopperassemblyvideos.com/images/Clutch%20Adjustment_JPG.jpg

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http://i.ehow.com/images/a02/73/i9/adjust-motorcycle-clutch-cable-800x800.jpg

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The clutch cover is removed in a two step process.
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