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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-05-2007, 01:19 PM Thread Starter
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Hey where is the adjustment on the engine for the clutch cable? All I can see that that you have to move the arm on the shaft.
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There are 3 ways to adjust the clutch cable.



1. At the hand lever. Twist

2. Mid way along the cable. Twist

3. At the engine. Move the arm


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i know this is an old thread but exactly where is this arm mentioned to adjust the clutch cable because i think mine is slipping and i cant seem to adjust it from the two other adjusters

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if your all out of adjustment on the other 2 then it's probably time to replace the clutch fibers

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the arm is behind the starter on the motor.

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im not out of adjustment, its just that the second adjuster, the one in the cable, i cant get loose the little bolt that is connected to the aduster
any tips to how to get it loose?

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i think it's a 8mm and 10mm wrench hold the long one with the 10 and brake the nut free with the 8 then you can spin the cable adjustment

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