Vibration stops when clutch engaged
I recently picked up a 2012 Custom with approx 7,800 miles on it. Since day one I have felt a vibration mainly in the floor boards and seat when moving. The vibration stops at any speed as soon as I engage the clutch. So, that has eliminated several of my ideas as to the vibration. ( Tires, Alignment, etc) I understand that it is a Harley and they do vibrate. This is my third one in several years and have never had this issue.
I have been reading that several people have had problems with the Compensator Nut being loose and having issues with sprocket. I am trying to solve the issue by process of elimination.
I took bike out the other day and thought that I heard a clunking noise coming from the primary but was unsure if that was normal.
Is there any way to check Compensator Nut without pulling primary cover off? If it is the compensator, am I better off upgrading to an aftermarket set up.
Any suggestions or comments would help