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You want to adjust the clutch lever so that the clutch catches ~1 inch - 1 1/2 inch from being pulled all the way in. That way when you're at the stop light clamped down on the lever. You are not compressing the heck out of the clutch pack springs. Yes there will be SLOP when you completely release the lever thats normal -> Your mileage and oppinion may vary... I'm in no way saying Dan is wrong. I'm just explaining it different.
Awesome ! - my hands are small & glad there are Levers that made to adjust for riders w/smaller hands ... Still hope you consider Nikki to install a Gear Indicator (helpful to new riders). Keep up the good work - enjoy your videos DanDan !
Hey Dan, I have no problem with the Rebel clutch, etc. It is quite light compared to my Harley.
But I find the clutch on my Harley a little too far and too stiff. Is there any adjustable clutch lever for Harley at all? I don't see anyone has it.
I would recommend adding some shims/washer to those levers (at the attachment bolts) because those levers are REAL sloppy (up and down movement). That slack will start to cause ware on the connections very quickly. Just my 2 cents. Ride safe.
I was gonna ask about this. I put eBay levers on my bike a couple weeks ago, and it has the same slop - especially on the clutch. I was thinking of a thin washer greased up, but wasn't sure if that's a good idea or not.
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