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clutch thrust washer wanted
« on: 10.02. 2019 14:13 »
hi, has anyone got a spare clutch thrust washer for a plunger a10?, the one the split collits sit in?, 67-3297, thanks


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Re: clutch thrust washer
« Reply #1 on: 10.02. 2019 18:39 »
G'day Dave.
Not that I can help but would need to know the year. 47-51 use 67-3250 would cover the long stroke A7 and first of the A10's. The part # changed to 67-3276 for all plungers from 52-57 and had 3 thicknesses 67-3276, 3277, 3278.
http://www.vintage-motorcycle.com/index.php?language=en&site=4&pid=201&id=24288&limit=0
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Re: clutch thrust washer
« Reply #2 on: 10.02. 2019 20:20 »
thanks for getting back to me muskrat, got my numbers wrong, late 51 short stroke engine 67-3276 hopefully. why did they have different thicknesses? the link you gave me is my last option but at least they have them, dont know how much the postage is from austria though

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Re: clutch thrust washer
« Reply #3 on: 10.02. 2019 20:57 »

 
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..........why did they have different thicknesses? ...........

 I've obviously pondered that too...and where the thickness is actually measured  *conf2* presumably bearing face to back of collet, but 1 2 & 3 thou difference....?

 
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................, dont know how much the postage is from austria though

     shouldn't be too much if you get in before they cut the mooring line...... *smile*
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Re: clutch thrust washer
« Reply #4 on: 10.02. 2019 22:06 »
 
i would suggest different  thickness to align the primary chain drive.

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Re: clutch thrust washer
« Reply #5 on: 10.02. 2019 23:11 »
We have them NOS, https://mikesclassiccyclespares.com/product/67-3276/
There is a box of them here, and can see they do vary in thickness, Let us know what size would suit you best.

Also that the collets for them NOS too
https://mikesclassiccyclespares.com/product/67-3251/

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