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Take off the clutch cover and measure the stack height. It’s quite possible your wear plates are too thin (below tolerance) and need to be replaced.
 

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Unfortunately, all of that is well above my know how! Just so I can get a better understanding, what would this do and what causes it?
What causes wear? Heavy acceleration with the clutch partially engaged causes serious slippage and wear - think drag starts. Downshifting at high revs/ engine braking causes wear. In general, everytime you disengage/engage the clutch can cause a bit of wear.

If you are totally unsure about how to work on your machine, take it to a mechanic and see if you can watch and learn.
 
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