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I've never adjusted my clutch myself, and I was wondering, after reading the procedure to do so.....it says to turn counterclockwise until you feel resistance. My question is...Is the resistance really noticeable when adjusting, or is it something I'm really going to have to concentrate on feeling? I don't want to adjust it too tight.

I'm not really sure if it needs adjusted, but when up against an obstacle and I give it throttle, it seems to slip a lot rather than just turning over the tires. I'm not skilled in the mechanics part of this Foreman yet, so any advise or knowledge is great.

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Thanks for the info. I'll give it a shot this weekend when I get the time and see how I do. Once its adjusted will it be...for lack of a better term....more grippy. Like when I punch the gas will it feel like the bike takes off quicker and possibly will lift the front end? I have never been able to get the front end up...unless taking off going up hill. I would love to be able to get the front to raise a little.

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