Have finally managed to pull my e50 clutch apart (moped sitting for 30+ years with no trans fluid in it - it was so much *fun* getting the clutch-puller tight enough) and I see that the idiot before me had run the shoes until they disintegrated - see photo #1.
I bought some replacement arms, but they are for the three-shoe version and the stop-pins that prevent the arms flying out further and touching the bell don't quite reach into the cutouts on the clutch-plate.
So my idiot question is: which is better to modify, the clutch plate, or the arms? If I punch out the arm pins, won't that mean if my pads run low again I could scrape the metal against the clutch bell? How dangerous is it to enlarge the limit-stop holes in the clutch plate? (see other photo)