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I need to raise the clucth pedal abit so riding boots can fit under it.

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If you're talking about the shifter lever, mark the position of the lever, remove the bolt, pull the lever off and reposition it up one spline on the shaft. Replace the bolt and tighten.

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Steve

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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