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04-02-2005 02:23 AM  13 years agoPost 21
A.J.

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Thanks Wasp
i will try that and see how it works.

A.J.

Stratus 90, Synergy E6, Trex 450 Pro

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06-02-2005 04:51 PM  13 years agoPost 22
A.J.

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Wasp

You method worked perfectly. I know its been a while but i broke the my engine and just got a replacement. But i put the clutch shoes in a set of mini bar claps for a day or so and the gaps look only a little smaller. I put the clutch back on yesterday and fired it up today. I couldn't believe it. The blades were not kicking at me and when i let go they barely started to move at idle. I know this is kind of an old post but i just wanted to let you know it worked great.

Thanks a lot
A.J.

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06-02-2005 05:13 PM  13 years agoPost 23
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that's great,,, I just hope you didn't close the gaps.


Jim

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06-02-2005 05:38 PM  13 years agoPost 24
A.J.

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nope. When it was in the clamp the gap was close but when it released the clamp the gap went back to what a new clutch looked like. Runs great now disengages when it should and engages when it should.

A.J.

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