Generally, most 2 cylinder engine clutch"s will interchange...but you need to have an engine that"s set up for a clutch,,that is..drilled and tapped, and the correctly machined crankshaft. 4 cylinder engine clutch"s WILL NOT fit on 2 cylinder engines, the bolt spaceing, of the housing assembly is different.
Re: Wisconsin engine clutch in reply to greygoat, 10-14-2013 08:56:35
I knew on the early 50's VE's, VF's and VP's the crankshaft and block was machined or drilled differently for a clutch.
The clutch on a VH looks different from the ones on the older models. To be more specific would the clutch from a VH4 work on another VH4 that did not come with a clutch from Wisconsin? Would the clutch from a VH4 work on a VE4?
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