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Re: The Myths of the TA

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02-07-2001 01:18:17

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Nice job on your post John. I think that we can all agree that wear induced flat spots on either the ramp or rollers is what kills most TA's. I think that one re-manufacturer installs oversized rollers so that the old flat spots on the rotary ramp never come in contact with the new rollers. I like your explanation but don't you think that all TA's will eventually fail from prolonged and hard use. The repeated jamming of the rollers under high load and high rpm conditions has to take its toll.

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02-07-2001 04:24:25

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 Re: Re: The Myths of the TA in reply to Wardner, 02-07-2001 01:18:17  
Thanks John nice explanation. I've read the book more than once and your version is clearer. If anybody wants to practice TA repair I have a SMTA that is available. It still functions but I am dreading the shutdown John experienced.

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02-08-2001 06:05:34

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 Re: Re: Re: The Myths of the TA in reply to Dick Davis, 02-07-2001 04:24:25  
John in Iowa:
Thanks for helping us all out! now that my 450 needs a clutch I will be fixing my ta, do you remember who has the re man roller clutch for $117
have heard good things about Hy Capacity but I don't think they sell retail, just dealers may be mistaken tho' Thanks again, George

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