Raptorman224

2004 Raptor 660 New Clutch Adjustments

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HI everyone. I ride a raptor 660 2004. I just had a new clutch installed last summer. I didn't ride much the winter but a few times on the ice and mud. So now its spring and i took it out again but i noticed that the clutch isnt catching very well. I hope the new clutch isn't gone, but don't you need to adjust your clutch as you break in your new clutch? Any help would be appreciated thanks!

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You should adjust the cable to reduce free play. There should be a minor adjustment at the lever on the handlebars. If you need a major adjustment, I believe further down the cable there is a an ajustment with lock nuts.

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You should adjust the cable to reduce free play. There should be a minor adjustment at the lever on the handlebars. If you need a major adjustment, I believe further down the cable there is a an ajustment with lock nuts.

Exactly what AJMBOY said. Have you been able to adjust it?

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Hey Raptorman, any updates?

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