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My nephew took apart his clutch plates and disks, Then he called me to help him put it together. I have done work on my harley's but don't know exactly how much tension is on the springs and were the push rod should start out. If you could give me alittle help I sure would appreciate it. Thank You, Richard Penkava

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The springs are not adjustable. Just tighten the clutch spring bolts down. Go to the Babbitt's website below and you can see an exploded diagram of the entire clutch assembly. This way you can check to be sure each part is installed in the correct sequence and that they are all there. You can also go to the Carl Saulter website and do a free download of a factory service manual. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
www.babbittsonline.com www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

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