Redneck engineering alert>>>>>
take a propane torch *NOT OXY/ACETYLENE* and a peice of 5/8 tubing, slide the tubing about 2 inches over the clutch lever and GENTLY heat the aluminum, take your time and get it HOT HOT then slowly take some of the bend out of the lever. Be careful not to bend it too fast it will break, don't go too far A little does alot and too much and your clutch won't disengage. Then readjust your freeplay in the cable.
I have done this with dirt bikes alot. The lever's are always too far out when stock and the little balls on the end catch the dirt and break the whole perch off when you inevitably crash. I cut the ends off with a dremmel and use the propane heat method to adjust them. Ive had no problems with heat weakening them enough to break during use.
I wouldn't try it on your crg's though... use the stock ones.
or listen to someone else who im fairly sure has a less redneck way of doing it.