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Clutch pressure plate lever adjustments

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Jack Parham

02-22-2003 17:12:03




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Need help as to how to adjust release levers on the back of the clutch release plate. I know the measurement is 11/16 in., but where do I measure from? I know to measurement from the surface where the throwout bearing touches the levers but where is other end of the measurement? Is this measurement done after the pressure plate is reattached to the flywheel?
I cannot find this tecnical info anywhere in the manuals. Will appreciate any help! Thanks. KJP

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cole in mo.

02-23-2003 00:17:49




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 Re: Clutch pressure plate lever adjustments in reply to Jack Parham, 02-22-2003 17:12:03  
the whole assemble has to be bolted to the flywheel, measure from the clutch disk, make sure the clutch disk is in correctly, and centered or you will not have the right measurments.



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Jack

02-23-2003 18:53:22




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 Re: Re: Clutch pressure plate lever adjustments in reply to cole in mo., 02-23-2003 00:17:49  
Thanks for response--the measurement is said to be 11/16 inch from the lever surface to the back plate but where on the back plate: I am measuring after it is bolted to the flywheel and the clutch plate alligned.



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