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Replaced drive chain drive belt and checked clutch thickness half me of wear could clutch be glazed
Are you sure your new belt is the proper length A quarter inch too long could make it slip. Something to try is spray your belt with belt dressing and see if that helps That will help stop it from slipping.I had to do that with one of mine when my belt was not the right size. I shot spray about once a week one summer.
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have a Greenfield Evolution 2000
The Greenfield clutch (drive belt) is adjusted by spring pressure pulling a long rod that has serations on it. Either the belt has run out of adjustment (= new belt needed) or the adjuster has stuck. Lift up the seat and push the adjusting rod that has a big spring attached to see if you can move it towards the front. Look at the pulley beside the rod, if the belt has stretched too far, the pulley will be hard up against its slot. The pulley moves towards the front to tighten the belt. I just push with my leg to get another "click" out of the adjusting rod. New belts are cheap too.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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