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I was reading about clutch issues trying to figure out what is wrong with my clutch and I seen a post that said that the clutch basket when installed it should spin freely. If it does not that means the nut it tightened too tight. Is this true?

http://www.raptorforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53134

this is the post I was referring to and the comments by willykiller
 

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I was reading about clutch issues trying to figure out what is wrong with my clutch and I seen a post that said that the clutch basket when installed it should spin freely. If it does not that means the nut it tightened too tight. Is this true?

http://www.raptorforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53134

this is the post I was referring to and the comments by willykiller
Well, I'm not sure about willykiller's post on over torquing the nut but I'm not going to question him because he's generally always correct. My first thought regarding your problem, assuming you have the clutch play set correctly is sort of what willy was saying. when you installed the inner hub did it spin freely? -There's a washer that goes between the basket and inner hub. The next thing is all the clutches need to be in proper order or you will have the problem you're experiencing. I assume you made sure the spacer ring and the smaller clutches are in proper location and the pressure plate is in proper orientation. Assuming all that is correct then check the pull rod and lever alignment. Then check the cable and be sure it isn't in a bind or pinched.
 
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