I just put in a new Barnett clutch basket because I had problems with the one I had before (Barnett sent me a new one, no questions asked, awesome company). Before I took the old clutch out I had a cushion spring wear through the back and I knew when it happened because I heard a loud pop and the clutch made a whirring noise, I stopped. The noise went away and rode it the rest of the day no problem, then when I checked it later I saw the damage. But when I was loading it up to take to my shop it had trouble finding neutral, but the clutch was not dragging or anything weird, I found neutral easily with the bike off. So when I put the new clutch basket in I reused my Barnett plates, that measured with spec. Put everything together and my clutch drags horribly, when I put it in first it jumps and stalls out. I ride it for a bit and the problem gets worse when it warms up. So I put in a new clutch (TUSK brand), but re-use the Barnett springs and it gets better. I can ride it without stalling when hitting the rear brake, but it still drags a lot. It will keep moving forward when the clutch is pulled in, cant find neutral when running, and the other symptoms of a dragging clutch. Anyone have any ideas? This is something that is really burning me up because a clutch isnt that difficult to fix. The things that I have checked - New basket - New plates - Inner hub isnt notched - Pressure plate isnt warped - When I pull in on the clutch lever the pressure plate lifts up evenly and about quarter of an inch - obviously the cable free play is fine I am going to try to put the springs that come with the TUSK kit in tomorrow and see if it fixes it. I have searched through the forums and nothing that I see will help me. Thank you for any help, because right now I am at a complete loss as to what to do.