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Clutch does not engage after reinstalling and i found extra washer i thought it was for the base of the clutch on the rod but there was already one what do i do

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Try rivamotorsports.com. Their parts finder shows the microfiche and they are usually exploded views so the one for the clutch may help you to see how it goes together.

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