Topic: Re: JS 60 Clutch
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Those 60 models are VERY touchy on the clutch as to how much free play you end up with between the clutch being disengaged and the back facing starting to get pinched again trying to keep driving as you pull the lever back.Most other models a simple pulley brake adjustment takes care of this.
A clutch driver disc that is setting back too far on worn splines will make them darn near impossible to get working right.
Ideally the end of the crank should set back inside of the driver at least 1/4" the more flush gets the worse it gets.
I have had to turn some material off the backside of the clutch driver and use a thin facing to try and get them working better without binding up wanting to keep on driving.
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