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Clutch friction plates ? 29 Jun 2020 22:33 #829411

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Mikaw wrote: ... and I'm an Old School carpenter...


i.e. Measure once, cut twice and it's still too short ! :woohoo:

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Clutch friction plates ? 30 Jun 2020 05:32 #829419

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Nope I keep a stud stretcher in my job box...
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Clutch friction plates ? 30 Jun 2020 16:09 #829462

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Man, slipping clutch with adjustments correct? High miles, abuse, or unknown history? I wouldn't pull the cover without springs and friction discs in my hand.

APE makes some great stuff, but I suggest staying away from their extra-disc clutch pack. The thickness variation of the frictions discs is way off. So after bolting them on you bang into first for a period of time before the high-spots burn off. OEM, and you're good to go on start up.
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