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Old 07-31-2003, 09:12 PM   #31
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then the clutch shoes wont be completely on/ in the clutch bell

is that bad too?

edit: this pic is with the clutch pushed ouot as far as it will go
but it will go in far enough to be flush with the fly wheel

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Old 07-31-2003, 09:23 PM   #32
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Old 07-31-2003, 09:41 PM   #33
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The shim he is refering to would only be about 3/5 thousands of an inch. thick. Try stoping by your L.H.S. and see if they can hook you up.
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oh...well our hobby shop is very pittyful and would probably have to order it and the last few orders I had never came. but I can try
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oh...well our hobby shop is very pittyful and would probably have to order it and the last few orders I had never came. but I can try
or u culd find some replacement shims in hardware shops.....0.1 mm, 0.2mm,0.3mm....as shims will always come in handy....
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but what about the clutch shoes?? shouldn't the be completely inside the clutch bell at all times????
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Ok quick question never happend to me before but when I put on my brakes it closes the entire hole in the carb how do I adjust that, do I adjut the idle screw or what?
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yes the idle screw

you must have loosened (lowered the idle) which means you turned it left

you need to turn it RIGHT to increase the idle and prevent it from closing.
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gotcha thx.
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what about my clutch shoe problem????? scroll above

thanks
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Well.. the problem you probably have is what the others have been saying ur cluch bell is probably rubbing on the flywheel and you should just get some shims and place in there.


Sorry about not responding to your question I thought the others explained it for you already.
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