Re: Ye' Ole' E50 DMP + clutch shim problems

Wesley Ambrosini /
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> todd amundson Wrote:

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> That’s your clutch being too thick at the friction surface for starting

> or sitting proud on the taper. The new three shoe clutches are real

> thick and puch kick start plates have been sitting proud lately. I’ve

> been known to sand back the friction material for starting to get that

> plate back to jiggly.

That is the opposite of my problem, I need to clutch to sit further towards the clutch cover so It will take up some of the space left between the friction material and starter plate

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