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Old 09-12-2018, 07:28 AM
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Clutch Adjustment?

I have a 2006 LSC with an Ultima 3.35" belt/dry clutch... She does have the hydrolic clutch actuator... Heres where it is screwy... Here lately in 4th - 5th gear give it hell and the clutch will slip... Could this possibly be just an adjustment problem? Open the case and adjust the clutch at the clutch? (Since Hydrolic does not need adjusting like a cable does) Or do you think my clutch is about done?

Thanks for any help yall can give me.. This is my first Hydrolic/Dry clutch...


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The spring tension is adjustable on that setup, you can also add stronger springs, disassembly is really the only sure fire way to know if the clutch pack is past it. Here's the procedure for any and all adjustments....

http://www.ultimaproducts.com/BeltDrive.pdf
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