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CRF150Joe

Restoring my YZ400F got a question

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I am in the process of restoring my 98 YZ400F I did a great deal of it already and I need to know how your suppose to run the clutch cable I ran it like 5 different ways and the clutch was so hard to pull so i was like this isnt right does anyone know how you do it? Thanks in advance!

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There was a modification that many people did to thier 400s back in the day. The actuator arm was cut, and an extension welded on to improve the leverage ratio.

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Yipper, I did that, added 3/8" to it,

Works great, single finger clutch / rear brake taps no prob.

You'll find that the cable is close to it's max adj. but I change

it every season so it's not an issue.

Do it!

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