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Clutch locking plate for a plunger
« on: 03.10. 2018 14:23 »
Hi All.  Does anyone happen to know the part number of a clutch locking plate that would be suitable for a plunger clutch set-up? 
There are plenty advertised for the later S/A type of 6 spring clutch but I cannot find one to suit a plunger listed.
Any help appreciated as always.
Best Regards, Pete
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Re: Clutch locking plate for a plunger
« Reply #1 on: 03.10. 2018 17:06 »
If you have some spare plates (old ones are fine) two bolts and nuts and a length of steel, then they are easy to make
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Re: Clutch locking plate for a plunger
« Reply #2 on: 03.10. 2018 20:54 »
G'day spanersc.
I just put it in gear and lock the rear brake. A rattle gun (air impact driver) works well.
Been meaning to make one for years. Thanks for reminding me Bill.
Cheers
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