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aniesigh

clutch problem!!

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hi all,right basically im having probs with my '00 yzf426, i cant get the clutch plates to sit right, the actuator rod arm will spin way to far before it moves the pressure plate, and with the clutch cover of i can see that theres a big gap, now i rebuilt the gearbox back in november and have barely used it since, and i did have to adjust the cable loads to get it to grip after i rebuilt, so have i put something back in the wrong order?

hope someone can shed some light on the problem as im supposed to be racing sunday!!

cheers

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did you putted in the spherethat goes inside the primary gear axel that pushes the clutch plates?

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is there meant to be a ball bearing in there then? got the long rod which goes through the shaft, then the part which actually pushes on the pressure plate, should there be a bearing in between then?

edit: just found a different part diagram which has a ball bearing in, have attatched both- is one wrong or just for a different year? anyone know what size the bearing is?

cheers

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Apparently, the 2000 did not have one. Could be you have a mix of parts with a later model.:applause:

Note the splined thrust washer behind the clutch boss (hub) (#11 in both illustrations), It is possible to have this drop off the end of the splines and space the boss too far out on the main shaft. Might check that.

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