take your secondary clutch off of the shaft . unbolt the cover (3 nuts ) .when you release this you need to hold very tight as it is under spring tension it will spring up and want to rotate counter clockwise ( i think, its been a while lol ) . take a shim (start with a thin one) from the shaft that the secondary rides on and wipe all the grease from it . seperate the clutch halves and you see where the shim goes... put it on and re assemble the clutch . use a full roll of duct tape to set the clutch on as a workbench while doing this and use some blue locktight on the center bolt that holds the clutch on the shaft :thumbsup:typically there should be about 3/32-1/8" of belt above the top of the secondary. what we have just done is called adjusting belt deflection. Mark
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