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Offline pato08

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A10 Plunger Clutch question
« on: 18.11. 2010 10:55 »
Hi Guys

I have been looking for a clutch for my basket case 1957 A10 plunger. I have one very generously supplied by one of our forum members (thank you) *smiley4*
My question is, all the complete clutch units I have seen for sale do not have the Clutch cover (67-3263) or clutch cover washer (67-3264) are these item necessary for proper clutch operation ? Does everyone throw them away as unnecessary ?
Should I convert to after market clutch. ?

Pato 
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Re: A10 Plunger Clutch question
« Reply #1 on: 18.11. 2010 12:12 »
G'day Pato,
                   I saw a cover on ebay # 130455966887 I would use it. It keeps the clutch almost dry ( a bit of oil still gets in ) and it will stop the basket from spreading.. The clutch in my '51 is sweet.
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Re: A10 Plunger Clutch question
« Reply #2 on: 19.11. 2010 09:35 »
Thanks Mate, Purchased, I'll buy you a beer/cup of tea, when I get back to OZ (July 2011)
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Re: A10 Plunger Clutch question
« Reply #3 on: 19.11. 2010 11:00 »
No worries, I check A10 parts newly listed worldwide twice a day.
Always a beer in the fridg for bikers here.
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'51 A7 plunger, '57 A7SS now A10CR,  '83 CB1100F, 88 FXST .
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