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Did you try to remove it to check if it is the... (archive)

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Posted by Bassem on February 07, 2000 at 16:51:09:

In Reply to: Clutchstop problem..1st/rev hard to engage posted by jason on February 07, 2000 at 11:03:29:

the cause of teh problems? I think a clutch is a clutch and if its fully disengaged for one gear at a certain position, it will be fully diengaged in another.

If you are sure its the stop (and hence the idea of taking it out to check) I would say either dremel enough off to achieve a state were your clutch is fully disengaged or just plain throw it out and learn your clutch more.

Bassem


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