But I learned something this time that makes it very easy to adjust the clutch play with the exhaust in place. If you go over the top with a 13/16 offset wrench to grab the adjusting nut, you can hold it and rotate it just enough to free the lock nut from underneath. Perhaps I'm the last one to figure this out, but everyone should have a 13/16 offset for this simple job. Thanks, and read all the posts before doing anything you are unsure of.
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