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Ive taken this clutch down 3 times now, everything in it is brand new. It still slips. I have a manual and followed the directions, all the bits are in there. There must be a problem with the actuator arm and/or pressure plate but I cant figure out what it is. I have the cable adjusted with a little free play at the lever and at the actuator arm, Ive gone both ways with the slack and cant dial out the slip. Could it be that there is not enough clearance between the "clutch pusher" (#13114A) and the actuator (internal #13236) so when I release the clutch the clutch pusher is still partially disengaging ? Meaning, maybe I should remove the washer #411? Also, when I tested the "clutch pusher" and pushed it home by hand (as the actuator arm would push it) it clicked and binded a bit, not sure if this is how its supposed to be, not sure how to fix that.

 

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new springs? no grooves in basket?

what oil are you using?

when clutch is together it should be closed with plates together.
Perhaps the stack height is not right? All new clutch plates?

Maybe pressure plate is warped?
 

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new springs? no grooves in basket?

yes, no

what oil are you using?
tried several, right now 80 wt synthetic

when clutch is together it should be closed with plates together.
they are
Perhaps the stack height is not right? All new clutch plates?
maybe, yes
Maybe pressure plate is warped?
not warped
 
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