Re: Is this a clutch problem?

Jeff K /
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Hey Don,

I figured it might be the same thing (disengagement spring) but I checked and its acutally a switch that disengages the countersprocket and it is working properly.

Thanks for the idea..... keep suggestions coming.. what I'm realy trying to figure out is how the average moped without a friction plate clutch lever engages the crank. Does it just engage due to a stiff centrifugal clutch setup or is there usually another mechanism at play here? If I can't figure it out I think I'm going to figure out some release-albe way of locking the clutch to the ring so it has no choice but to turn over when I kick(pedal) it

thanks again,

~jeff

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  Is this a clutch problem?Topic by: Jeff K Jeff K 10/03/01 08:26AM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: dj_dick dj_dick 10/03/01 09:13AM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: Jeff K Jeff K 10/03/01 09:20AM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: don-ohio don-ohio 10/03/01 11:04AM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: Jeff K Jeff K 10/03/01 11:14AM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: Reeperette Reeperette 10/03/01 05:39PM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: Richard Richard 10/03/01 06:15PM
  Re: Is this a clutch problem?Re: Chris Chris 10/03/01 11:23PM

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