Hi everyone, i'm new to the forum, did some searching but nothing to cover my issue.I just pilled out a carbon clutch of some type from my bike, i hated it, grabby, impossible to start smooth, stalled the bike all the time, very inconsistent.Anyway, i just dropped in a tusk clutch kit for the bike, the job itself was a breeze, but i have run into an issue i cant get past. my bike didn't have the little ball bearing in the push rod when I replaced the clutch that was in there, but it was working even though the cable was adjusted to the max. The bike has a 444cc big bore kit installed from weisco, and a forged bottom end as well, but i'm not sure the make, i bought it this way.I decided to install a ball bearing in the clutch that i had on hand. I felt was the appropriate size, its a perfect fit inside the push rod. and from what i can see in a couple videos on youtube, its approximately the right size. I also have a smaller one i could use, but neither of them work because the clutch will not engage with either of the ball bearings that i have, i know for sure one of them is even smaller than the stock one.if i don't use a ball bearing the clutch will not disengage even when the cable is adjusted up all the way. so it defentitely needs some sort of spacer or bearing in there. I even tried disconnecting the cable completely to remove it as the problem, still no dice. i could use a very small ball bearing, but from what i have seen the bearing should fit snugly in the hole in the push rod. getting frustrated here as i cant ride the bike till i figure it out obviously.Can anyone point me in the right direction? thank you in advance.