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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-30-2018, 05:15 PM Thread Starter
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Got the clutch adjusted properly, I was adjusting the shift linkage (seems a little loose) as I go to tighten the bolt up (from the shifter shaft out of the primary) the bolt snapped, itís a 10MM, it was very snug when it snapped and I did have lock tight on the bolt, will this be ok for a week or 2? I plan on going on a ride tomorrow. The splined shaft doesnít move or back out and the bolt is through one end to the other, thanks
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I don't think I'd risk it.

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Bolt is all the way through, when it snapped it was tight tight being held in with red lock tight I doubt itís gonna move, but idk
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Maybe a pic would give me a better idea. I know I've adjusted mine and it was kinda hard to get off when undone but I wouldn't risk riding it like that.

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Basically the bolt was super tight before it snapped, and held on with lock tight, it was the bolt that keeps the rod in place from the shifter linkage to the trans shaft out of the primary. The bolt closest to the primary. Itís a splined shaft
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Heard mixed things some say ride it lol some say the spines will wear out but itís super tight and I donít see it coming out
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There are only threads on one side on the split. What keeps it pinched on the shaft is the head of the bolt. If that's gone it ain't tight no more...the split will open up moving it up and down will bugger up the splines.
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