What color springs are on it/what class/how many bolts in lever?
Its a stud and a adjusting nut but the nut isnt like a regular little nut..the nut has a shaft that goes the length of the stud almost so its not going anywhere as long as you cant turn the spring with your fingers...you got to remember, those springs compress when your clutch engages..keeping a lot of force on the adjusting nuts..dont lock tight them..ive never had to and neither should you. Just keep on a rockin'
yes that sounds about right pavehawk..black springs..2 bolts in each lever...3000 stall is good...just make sure spring heights are all equal..if there off then measure all 6 and record the spring height for each spring and add them all up and divide by 6..this will give you your spring height to achieve the exact stall you currently have.
As said above, do not use any lock-tite on the clutch spring nuts. I don't recommend using lock-tite on any parts of the clutch. As they heat cycle the bolts will be near impossible to remove if lock-tited. I've built clutches for year and never used a drop of it.
The spring nuts are held on with spring pressure, you have a minimum and a maximum spring height. If the spring height is too short, the spring will bottom out and not allow the clutch to fully engage. If it is too loose, the spring nut will back off and fall out.
You can find your recommended settings on the Bully webpage: http://buller.net/cat--Bully-Technical-Info--clutch_tech_info.html