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Another confused clutch
« on: 19.03. 2013 08:18 »
Similar thread to Mayes. I have a 4 spring cush centre, and a 4 spring empty centre. However I only have 1 chainwheel. Is the chainwheel the same for both centres? Also I have 5 friction plates, and 6 plain plates. Which centre and chainwheel should they go on? (the draganfly list and view is a bit confusing for me) gavinoz
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Re: Another confused clutch
« Reply #1 on: 19.03. 2013 18:59 »
 G'day Gav, I think they will work either way. 5 of each plate. If you still have the crank cush I'd put the solid center in, and if it's the right chainwheel all the trihard 4 spring plates fit. Early A50/65 4 spring plates are a tad different.
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Re: Another confused clutch
« Reply #2 on: 19.03. 2013 20:40 »
Hi Gav,

I find this website often helpful, as they've got all the parts in pictures, so you can compare.

http://www.degroot-bsa.nl/index.php

Go to the clutch section.
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