Free floating clutch stud?

Will'smotobikes19

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I took my clutch cover off and what do I see but one of the 3 pins for the clutch plate was sticking out farther than the others. Turns out the dumb thing is loose, I don't know how they put them in there riveting? they're always crooked. This could be a problem if I start to take longer rides if that pin is grinding against my clutch cover. Is the only way to fix it buying a new clutch?
 


MotorBicycleRacing

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I took my clutch cover off and what do I see but one of the 3 pins for the clutch plate was sticking out farther than the others. Turns out the dumb thing is loose, I don't know how they put them in there riveting? they're always crooked. This could be a problem if I start to take longer rides if that pin is grinding against my clutch cover. Is the only way to fix it buying a new clutch?
Is the pin undersize or the hole oversize?
 

Will'smotobikes19

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Not sure I’d say the pin is it’s quite loose just with a small tap it moves. A vernier, torque wrench and welder are on my list of things to get.
 
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