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300 fourtrax clutch adjustment

I have a 94 300 fourtrax
On the right side of the motor they have tht screw with a locking nut around it.
I believe your supposed to loosin the nut, then adjust the screw until you feel resistance , then turn the screw the opposite direction a certain amount of turns then tighten the nut.
I had to do this a long time ago and it was the only time ive had to do it so im not to familiar with it and would appreciate if some one told me how to do it thanks
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book says to loosen the nut then turn the screw counter clockwise until you feel resistence and then turn it 1/4 turn clockwise and hold the screw in place while you tighten the nut.


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ok so i posted earlier last week about my 300ex not moving and it would just creep a couple of inches and i take a look and im almost positive it needs a new clutch, im going to take it to libby'smotoworld in ct does anybody have a idea on how much its going to cost me?
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I would try and do it yourself. You tube it bc I've seen some good vids. If mine ever goes that's what I'm doing.
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ok so i posted earlier last week about my 300ex not moving and it would just creep a couple of inches and i take a look and im almost positive it needs a new clutch, im going to take it to libby'smotoworld in ct does anybody have a idea on how much its going to cost me?
its about a 3-4hr job. current rates in this area are $85. so $340 plus parts cost. they'll have to change the oil while they have it in there. Your looking at ball park $450. (thats just a rough estimate)
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300exboy,

i am trying to do mine myself.... havent finished yet. i have limited time to work on it.


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ok so i posted earlier last week about my 300ex not moving and it would just creep a couple of inches and i take a look and im almost positive it needs a new clutch, im going to take it to libby'smotoworld in ct does anybody have a idea on how much its going to cost me?
Take a few minutes and read the service manual and look up youtube videos to see what you can find. If you have a little motor experience, you can probably do the job yourself and save a couple hundred bucks. New clutch kit, gasket and an oil change and you should be good to go. Probably $100-$150 in parts. It is the labor charges that kill you in the shops, and the MSRP pricing they use too.

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book says to loosen the nut then turn the screw counter clockwise until you feel resistence and then turn it 1/4 turn clockwise and hold the screw in place while you tighten the nut.
Preciate it man thanks
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can someone please send me a service manual for a 94 honda 300ex, my email is jfederici5@gmail.com, it would be much appreciated
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or any honda 300ex i just need the service manual
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