Clutch cable adjustment questions.
Just replaced the clutch cable and I'm pretty sure I have it snaked thru properly, but I went to adjust it and it seems strange.
The cable has two adjustments upper and lower. The upper adjustment doesn't actually hold the cable, it just kinda rests inside a grove. The lower one adjusts where the end of the cable housing sits in relation to the clutch arm.
So I have it adjusted so that the lever has some play, but I notice that the cable housing can be pulled out of the upper adjuster.
If you look at the cable housing, it's fixed, meaning the two adjusters do DIFFERENT things, one (upper) adjusts the tautness of the cable housing, the lower adjusts the catch point of the clutch, meaning, when the clutch grabs in relation to the hand lever.
So wouldn't that mean that you start with the upper adjustment and make the cable housing firm, then adjust the lower for the kick in point?
It's confusing because both will effect the kick in point.
Can someone go look at their cable and see if the clutch cable housing can be pulled from the hand lever? Seems like it shouldn't do that and it also wobbles around as you use the clutch and that doesn't seem right. Seems it should be static.