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I went through the adjustment procedure for the clutch, but noticed that the adjustment screw and locknut assembly has a lot of "slop" in its housing. When pulling on the clutch handle, the assembly wobbles in the housing as it rotates. I don't think this is normal, but since I've never gone through this before, I thought I'd ask.
I tried to find an exploded drawing of that assembly, but haven't found it yet.
Any thoughts or advice?
 

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FORUM GODFATHER.....R.I.P. PAT
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It's normal.
 

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Good... thanks for the replies.
I was beginning to think I was going to have to replace a bushing, or something.
 

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As above, don't panic about it, movement is normal.

FYI.
They do eventually wear out, what you'll find is that the engagement range of the clutch becomes a larger proportion of total lever travel. When that becomes a problem it will need changing. Probably somewhere north of 100,000km.

Peter
 
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