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Clutch Stop question (archive)

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Posted by Vin on June 25, 2000 at 11:45:26:

I just got a clutch stop and was wondering if they cause any premature clutch wear. I know it is not necessary to push the clutch all the may to the floor, which i often end up doing, but at what point should i set the clutch stop so that i get past the point of where i may be causing any early wear to it? Im not very knowledgeable about the internal workings of a clutch, so i thought that it should be set right after the "friction point" or mesh point, where the clutch begins to engage the gear. Is this correct? I know alot of people on the board have them, so any help would be appreciated.


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