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Re: NI 5209 slip clutch questions

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JD Seller

06-22-2013 06:41:49
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Those "cupped" washers are actually Banvel washers or springs. They are the springs that put the pressure on the clutch disks. If you have it together incorrectly they will not work. Also usually you can't just add a plate/disk.

You really need to get a print out of what it was supposed to look like. IF it has been apart before it very well could have been put back together wrong.




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Clodhopper Pete

06-22-2013 20:43:56
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 Re: NI 5209 slip clutch questions in reply to JD Seller, 06-22-2013 06:41:49  
My service manual came today, and though it shows 4 disks for that clutch I can see where all the parts for my 2 disk clutch go. I took it apart again this morning and roughed up the metal parts a bit with the angle grinder and it worked real well for about 30 minutes until one of the driven gear shafts that the turtles bolt to sheared (I think unconnected to the clutch issue). So $310 later it looks like I am going to learn how to pull the hex shaft (hopefully not have to cut apart, but I'm not counting on it) and replace the gears in a disc drive unit sooner than I expected. I didn't pay a whole lot for this machine (probably too much from hindsight) but it looks like I'll be making up the difference in parts and aggravation. I will say that in the short periods between breakdowns it does a nice job, so I am hoping we can get past this awkward first date.

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