So my first post for help. I welcome the sarcasm and blunt responses. One thing I've learned from reading on the forum is everyone has good intentions. I did my intro awhile back but none the less, my name is Mike, live in Cedar Rapids Iowa and have an 05' Chopper and a 08' Raider. Purchased my Chopper this summer from the original owner who bought it new, had the Mean Mothers upgrade and drove it. Didn't really clean it much or "love it". I picked it up for 7600 bucks with 7400 miles on it. With the help of the articles on this forum, Marky Mark on you tube, Wild Steed and Derek and Donna I've replaced the exhaust with a used V&H BR, S&S dual runners, new tires and EHC. So fast forward to the purpose of this post. It has a creep since day 1. I changed all the fluids, used Lucas chaincase oil from Wild Steed and nothing really changed. I kept messing with the adjustments of the cable, the pushrod etc and learned a lot in terms of what adjustments causes or corrects what. The creep was bugging the shit out of me so I adjusted the pushrod again with the thought a little more clockwise to reduce it when in reality I should have gone counterclockwise. I turned it counter clockwise about 2/3's and pulled out into the street, barely even engaged. Pulled it back into the garage and damn it if I had to mess with it. Somehow it seems as though my clutch pack is stuck in the disengaged position. Feel like when you screw in the pushrod all the way it just goes and bottoms out if that makes sense. If I do just turn it in until there is resistance (Which is when it bottoms out) and back a 1/4 turn the clutch lever feel like its just forcing the pushrod into a wall. The pushrod and the nut barely if at all rotate when you pull the clutch. By visual appearance it look like the pushrod and the nut are sitting in the all the way in position. I did check the ball and ramp several times and did intentionally jump it to understand what it meant. It is properly installed I believe and in the all the way to the left or rear depending on how you look at it. Cable is good, bike now has 8200 miles on it. No other issues with the clutch other than the creep. Doesn't slip, burns outs ok, etc. I tried to be as descriptive as possible and read as much as I could find before posting. I am sure and hope somebody will just post a missed thread. Any ideas before I pull the primary? Oh and the derby cover was a sick joke, its fake what the hell? Thanks!