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can you adjust a concentric hydrolic clutch that has a high pedal bite point
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can you adjust a concentric hydrolic clutch that has a high pedal bite
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can you adjust a concentric hydraulic clutch that has a high pedal bite
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On 14/06/2018 20:34, Jim GM4DHJ ... wrote:
can you adjust a concentric hydrolic clutch that has a high pedal
bite point?


Introduce some air into the system?


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can you adjust a concentric hydrolic clutch that has a high pedal bite
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can you adjust a concentric hydraulic clutch that has a high pedal bite
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Shirley the workshop manual must tell you ?

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can you adjust a concentric hydraulic clutch that has a high pedal bite
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I suspect the answer is "yes, by replacing the clutch plate".

A high bite point is a feature of a worn plate.

Tim
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I was in the reduced aisle in Aldi, and noticed the sign on a bin saying
'copper clutch'. Ooh, I thought, I'm sure that'll come in handy for some
mechanical project or other. But I couldn't seem to find any.

Then I realised it's a type of handbag.

Theo
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Theo wrote

I was in the reduced aisle in Aldi,


You buggers. Ours only has a couple of the pallets of those.

and noticed the sign on a bin saying 'copper clutch'.


You're doing it the wrong way round. You're sposed to look at
the stuff and only look at the label if it isnt obviously what it is.

Ooh, I thought, I'm sure that'll come in handy for some
mechanical project or other. But I couldn't seem to find any.


Then I realised it's a type of handbag.


You could obviously get a sex change.
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On Fri, 15 Jun 2018 09:25:47 +1000, cantankerous geezer Rot Speed blabbered,
again:

Then I realised it's a type of handbag.


You could obviously get a sex change.


You need a medication change, oh senile one! Have you tried this already:
https://thetravellingtiles.files.wor...b6f9820001.jpg

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I was in the reduced aisle in Aldi, and noticed the sign on a bin saying
'copper clutch'. Ooh, I thought, I'm sure that'll come in handy for some
mechanical project or other. But I couldn't seem to find any.

Then I realised it's a type of handbag.

Theo


yes the only clutch wummin drivers should use .....


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Theo wrote
I was in the reduced aisle in Aldi,


You buggers. Ours only has a couple of the pallets of those.
and noticed the sign on a bin saying 'copper clutch'.


You're doing it the wrong way round. You're sposed to look at the stuff
and only look at the label if it isnt obviously what it is.

you should only look at the RED ones that is the stuff they want rid of ....




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