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Offline melvyn

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4 spring clutch diagram
« on: 19.04. 2010 19:05 »
Hi Guys has anyone got an expoded diagram of the 4 spring clutch or primary side that could be e-mailed to me Thanks in anticipation Melv. sorry guys Ive just learnt how to navigate this site so im sure i will find what i need Cheers!

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Re: 4 spring clutch diagram
« Reply #1 on: 20.04. 2010 09:56 »
Hi Melvyn,

Fingers crossed that my attempt at posting attachments works!!  

If it does work I hope that the pics are helpful.

This is the 4 spring clutch fitted to the standard A10 and I believe that the clutch fitted to the police models and the alternator B31 and B33 models had a cush drive built in and was different to the one shown.

I have an exploded diagram of the cush drive type 4 spring clutch if you need it.

Beezageezauk.

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Re: 4 spring clutch diagram
« Reply #2 on: 20.04. 2010 10:10 »
Thanks a lot I really appriciate it Cheers !

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Re: 4 spring clutch diagram
« Reply #3 on: 26.07. 2012 09:12 »
That is a good help !
What pamphlet , etc is that from please ?
Ill try to get one for Myself .

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Re: 4 spring clutch diagram
« Reply #4 on: 26.07. 2012 10:30 »
 G'day Steve,
                  it's in the parts book PCA10-61 that I have. Just found this site but it doesn't show the A10 4 spring http://www.apcycles.com.au/download_material/bsa_download.html  lots of interesting downloads.
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