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Little Fred

07-06-2020 08:17:46

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I&T service manual talks about removing wooden wedges from between release levers and cover.
There are no wedges wooden or plastic on the new YT clutch. Are wedges only if you rebuild a clutch?

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Ultradog MN

07-06-2020 12:46:15

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 Re: Clutch question in reply to Little Fred, 07-06-2020 08:17:46  
Some pressure plates come with the wedges. Some do not. It is not a big deal. Just go around your pressure plate and tighten them evenly - a couple turns then the next one a couple turns. Then the next one, etc, etc.
Note the red plastic wedges on the fingers on this one. They fall out when you get them all cinched down tight.

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07-06-2020 09:42:40

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 Re: Clutch question in reply to Little Fred, 07-06-2020 08:17:46  
You can use your own wooden wedges if you want to. Can be done without wedges too.The wedges defeat the spring pressure on the disc, when loosening, or tightening the bolts. Less chance to strip threads.

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Jim L WA

07-06-2020 09:05:37

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 Re: Clutch question in reply to Little Fred, 07-06-2020 08:17:46  
I'm not sure about this, but I think clutches came with the wedges years ago. They no longer do.

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