This might sound like a silly question to alot of you experienced mechanics. Today I was attempting to adjust my clutch pack for the first time. I have read all the info on this site about how to perform the adjustment. When I went to loosen the locknut on the clutch adjustment screw instead of the locknut loosening the clutch rotated. I think the engine actually began to turn over. Not sure but I know something was moving. I just stopped right there and was scared to go further. I also attempted to hold the screw with an allen wrench while I loosened the locknut but I couldn't get my wrench flush on the locknut and was woried about stripping it. First of all did I possibly damage something when the clutch turned? Is there an easier way to break it free or do I just stick the socket on and keep turning.