Author Topic: Six Spring versus Four Spring Clutch?  (Read 6865 times)

Offline LJ.

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Re: Six Spring versus Four Spring Clutch?
« Reply #15 on: 21.11. 2007 21:32 »

Well I'm Still! messing about with the six spring clutch and have had a few disapointments with ordered parts... I had ordered a new bearing race which turns out to be a bit damaged, seems the two cages are quite delicate. Anyhow, just browsing this evening I came across this!

What do you think?? Could this really make an improvement to the six spring clutch? Cost is only £11.36 as opposed to the usual one which is about £36! I might just give this a try.... Looking at it, I hope the balls don't all drop out as I try to put it all together! *angry*

The bearing belongs to Draganfly... Link below.{EOL}&categoryId=undefined
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Re: Six Spring versus Four Spring Clutch?
« Reply #16 on: 21.11. 2007 22:42 »
Looks interesting  *eek* . Give it a good spray of the most sticky chainlube available and let it dry, should keep all the 999 pieces together during fitting ?

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