Tried to adjust the clutch but was unable to turn the adjuster at all. Bike seems to shift ok but I'm pretty sure the clutch has never been adjusted. Is it worth the trouble to free up the adjuster or should I just leave well enough alone?
If it's shifting fine then that's up to you .. If it's siezed bad the clutch cover will have to come off to free it up .. That isn't a big job if you have a heated garage , if not then then it wouldn't hurt to wait until warmer weather ...
Thanks for the info. I guess I'll end up freeing up the adjuster. If not I'll be wondering if it could shift even better with the proper adjustment. Good to hear that it's easy to do and no problem to wait to get at it.
I know the clutch kit would help in getting the tires to turn in the bog but we don't get to spend as much time as we would like playing in it. Usually we encounter bog holes along trails and even then your technically not allowed to operate an atv in any soft ground.
Would the kit be of any benefit on the trails or hills?
Would it hurt trail performance?
Would I need any special tools or pullers to install one on my bike?
What brands are available and which would be the best choice?
Sorry for so many questions but that's what you get for putting ideas in my head when all I looking for was a little advice on routine maintenance!
I guess I shouldn't mention that the baffles in my stock exhaust are starting to rattle.......
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