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Originally Posted by Flat6pac View Post
The first thing I would do is remove the 2 arms off the vertical shaft. The upper one tends to bind on the shaft and doesn’t permit necessary movement. Pull the upper arm and clean the parts with scouchbrite then anti seize lube. Put it back together, reload the cable and spring and set gap.
Now you know the adjustments will respond.
Bruce
i agree with this .. but be warned .... getting the helper arm off can be a bear.. this was the problem with mine as it became seized on the shaft and made the clutch impossible to adjust .
it is held in place with a roll pin to stop it dropping down ( which i personally feel is unnecessary ) . I had to drill that bastard out to get it out.. then reinstalled with two seals, one below and one above after putting spline grease on it.

no problems since.
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