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Got a new clutch about a month ago---not many miles on it.Problem is
after running awhile the clutch starts making noise---if you depress it
about 1/2" it stops UNTIL you let it completely out and then starts up again. Would this just be
adjustment of the small rod rod attached to the fork? New parts clutch disc,throwout bearing,and pressure plate. Thanks Pete
 
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Got a new clutch about a month ago---not many miles on it.Problem is
after running awhile the clutch starts making noise---if you depress it
about 1/2" it stops UNTIL you let it completely out and then starts up again. Would this just be
adjustment of the small rod rod attached to the fork? New parts clutch disc,throwout bearing,and pressure plate. Thanks Pete
Could it be the throwout bearing is running on the fingers of the clutch all the time, wearing the bearing out 100 times faster than normal??? Back the adjustment off so you have more toe play/pedal travel before the clutch starts to release.:thumbsup:
 

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Many times, the noise is the crank pilot bearing, especially the roller needle bearing units. Never use them. They can cause a tranny's destruction.

You want the McLeod Kevlar (or the AGE bronze) pilot bushing. :yes:
 
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