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Offline Butch (cb)

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« on: 31.07. 2017 13:06 »
Bought a Morini Camel late last year. I don't know how many times I've had the clutch on that stripped out; just cannot get rid of the way it drags.

6 spring on the A10 is peachy by comparison.
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Offline Zander

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Re: Clutch
« Reply #1 on: 31.07. 2017 13:33 »
I've been fighting the clutch on the GF for a similar reason, and yesterday discovered that three of the basket segments were slightly distorted, impeding plate movement. Eased them out a bit and now plates move easily.
Test ride today after the engine rebuild and the clutch is fine - I can even get neutral at a standstill, but there's always that lingering "have I missed something" thought after a rebuild!
'59 GF