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I lads, with help from members on here ,i have now got easy puller on i had to squeeze. it on ,its now. on and swivels cable is in ,just got to adjust clutch. now
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Well done! All the adjusting info is in the sportsterpedia link you already have.
Screw in the adjuster with a screwdriver until it bottoms out and then back it off about a 1/4 turn. Do it a few times to get a feel of it seating. then put the locking nut with spring in. Don't forget to couple the cable in first.
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Well done! All the adjusting info is in the sportsterpedia link you already have.
Screw in the adjuster with a screwdriver until it bottoms out and then back it off about a 1/4 turn. Do it a few times to get a feel of it seating. then put the locking nut with spring in. Don't forget to couple the cable in first.
Would you people read the manual when you adjust the clutch please !

You just gave him instructions completely backwards !
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HA HA well its working anyway just want the bloody weather to stop raining
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Go on then, i'll bite...........
What part of that was COMPLETELY backwards, bearing in mind that with an extended ramp arm it's so much easier to couple up the cable while the ramp assembly is off the bike, and almost impossible to do when the ramp assembly is in place?
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You turn the screw OUT until it just touches and then go until IN until it touches and then IN 1/4-3/8 turn
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That's just being bloody pedantic.
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Not when you wanted to turn the screw All the way IN !
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You unscrew until it block, then screw in 3/8 and place the locker nut and going screw side to have the nut in it's place.

Make sure your cable adjuster near the fork is completely screw in first. After adjusting the clutch pack then unscrew the cable adjuster until 1/8" free play at the lever.
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