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Question Clutch Throw Out Fork Wobble??

Should The Chutch Throw Out Fork Wobble
When The Engine Is Running?? I Put Hand
Pressure On It Seems Like Some Thing Is
Out Of Round,I Just Had The Complete Clutch
Replaced,Is It Out Of Adjustment? Should I
Loosen The Cable At The Fork Side For More
Play? Any Input Would Help.

Thanks,Alan

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Did they install the 2 plastic retain pieces that mount onto the shifting fork where the through out bearing goes???
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Jim,
I Think They Did,The Wobble From The
Shift Fork Seems Like The Throw Out Bearing Is Riding On A Uneven Surface On The Pressure Plate Fingers,Is This Normal
Or The Fork/Cable Needs Adjustment??
THanks,Alan
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I just had this broblem. My throwout bearing guide tube was worn out. new ones are about $60.00
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Did my clutch a while ago and had a similar symptom.

What had happened was the pressure plate was hung up on one of the locating pins that is in the flywheel. The pressure plate wasnt seated all the way on the flywheel, even though it was torqued down.

How I noticed was the t/o bearing and yoke had no travel at all. The pressure plate was out that far.

Turns out the guy that machined the flywheel used the old dowels! Cant complain it was free.

Good Luck

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