First question. I can wiggle the sprocket carrier quite a bit when it's fitted to the wheel with the spacer and cush in place. Seems like the cush drive is more worn on some parts, and that makes this possible. I'm pretty sure that I can fix this with pieces of innertube rubber. But I don't know if this is a good idea or if I need new cush rubber.
If I fit the sprocket carrier with the spacer in place but without the cush, there's still lots of movements. I'm guessing that it shouldn't be a tight fit as the cush would be pretty useless then, but in my opinion the gap between the carrier and the wheel is a bit too big. Is there some way I can measure this so I get it right?
All bearings seems to be fine, but I probably replace them anyway.
I've checked the chain and rear sprocket as well. Sprocket seems to be perfectly good but I probably need to replace the chain. And there's no point in replacing the chain if I haven't checked the front sprocket, as a worn out our damaged sprocket will kill the chain pretty fast. That means removing the slave cylinder. Would really appreciate if someone who had done this before could tell me how this should be done, or at least how not to do it