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5 speed double clutch finger screws

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riveroadrat

04-15-2019 12:18:58




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Does anyone know just how tight the NOS finger screws should be in the NOS clutch fingers.? I started a screw in one and they are VERY, VERY, Very tight. Should I heat the fingers up a little and grease the screw threads.? I have to put a crescent wrench on the finger end to hold it while wrenching. How loose can they be?




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Operator4100

04-17-2019 14:45:16




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch finger screws in reply to riveroadrat, 04-15-2019 12:18:58  
I read somewhere that you are suppose to squeeze the end of the fingers so adjusting bolts stay tight



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Bob

04-15-2019 12:37:38




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch finger screws in reply to riveroadrat, 04-15-2019 12:18:58  
If you are talking about the adjusting screws that contact the throwout bearing, are they "self locking", or are there thin locknuts on them?

If no locknuts, they NEED to be "self-locking"/TIGHT in their threads so they stay in place after being adjusted.



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riveroadrat

04-17-2019 06:52:00




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch finger screws in reply to Bob, 04-15-2019 12:37:38  
They are self-locking but have been turned in and out so much that they aren't really that tight any more. Do you know where I could buy those small locking nuts? I also have one that is cross-threaded out of plane with the other two. Do you think it will affect even wear or performance? It is cross-threaded to lean toward the outside .



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riveroadrat

04-16-2019 04:13:19




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch finger screws in reply to Bob, 04-15-2019 12:37:38  
They are self-locking but have been turned in and out so much that they aren't really that tight any more. Do you know where I could buy those small locking nuts? I also have one that is cross-threaded out of plane with the other two. Do you think it will affect even wear or performance? It is cross-threaded to lean toward the outside .



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