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Old 05-19-2019, 01:03 PM
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Wow, I'm confused.
Just from looking at the first picture, I can see that the old 10T clutch had a much larger chain pitch than the new one!
No wonder it wasn't "fully engaging".
So what probably happened is the old clutch was worn out and noisy, so then you put the new one on, with the wrong chain size, so then when you put the old good clutch drum on, it had good internals and the correct chain size.
That's what I gathered.
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