hsd to replace everything when i got it the clutch cover was on and when i took it off to check the clutch it was empty.So i had to buy two disk a driver and a ajustment plate i have check and reasembled 2 or 3 times and no change to much end play even tighting up the flywheel confused.I have a 45 A hand start that has end play and clutch works fine.
Re: worth fixing in reply to alvan, 10-27-2012 18:13:07
Often times a new aftermarket driver doesn't go on far enough so you need to put 2 disks behind it. Use a worn one & a new one or 2 worn ones etc. Also, if you remove the whole pulley you can look at the T-bolts & dogs to see if worn excessively. There's a bearing & a bushing in therethat need clean grease also.
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