Garelli clutch

pat stevens /

rebuilding the engine and putting it back together, have wondered about the clutch. One side is a bit glazed it is cork. I have read on the forum that it can be fliped, or is better to buy a new one? Treat has one that is non cork. Also any idea in the rubber grommets.. I have 1 new one goofed the order.. is it better to use rivet or get the other 3? I can't really decide which way is up or down on the new one. Any and all help is appreciated. Stuck at this moment.. have painted and redone everything to this point. Would like to finish but do it right.

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its a pain those little rubbers but I've managed to reuse them by slowly pinching the plates together and grabbin, lifting, picking, cursing those triangle little nipples back into place.

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That is a starter clutch. It utilizes one side at a time. Flip it over if you're concerned. The rubber clutch that propels the bike is completely seperate. Always buy extra nipples cause you're gonna fuck up one or two.

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> pat stevens Wrote:

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> rebuilding the engine and putting it back together, have wondered about

> the clutch. One side is a bit glazed it is cork. I have read on the

> forum that it can be fliped, or is better to buy a new one? Treat has

> one that is non cork. Also any idea in the rubber grommets.. I have 1

> new one goofed the order.. is it better to use rivet or get the other 3?

> I can't really decide which way is up or down on the new one. Any and

> all help is appreciated. Stuck at this moment.. have painted and redone

> everything to this point. Would like to finish but do it right.clutch

Just get some nipples. And a clutch. I am sure the one in the bike should be replaced along with the nipples. Just remember to use 30w Non detergent oil in the tranny when you get it back together.

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> Jay Rivett Wrote:

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> > pat stevens Wrote:

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> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > rebuilding the engine and putting it back together, have wondered

> about

>

> > the clutch. One side is a bit glazed it is cork. I have read on the

>

> > forum that it can be fliped, or is better to buy a new one? Treat has

>

> > one that is non cork. Also any idea in the rubber grommets.. I have 1

>

> > new one goofed the order.. is it better to use rivet or get the other

> 3?

>

> > I can't really decide which way is up or down on the new one. Any and

>

> > all help is appreciated. Stuck at this moment.. have painted and

> redone

>

> > everything to this point. Would like to finish but do it right.clutch

>

> Just get some nipples. And a clutch. I am sure the one in the bike

> should be replaced along with the nipples. Just remember to use 30w Non

> detergent oil in the tranny when you get it back together.

Flipped when worn out, not replaced. Any replacement will most likely not be of the same quality as oem.

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The starter clutch is pictured. The rubber clutch that drives the moped is what I am referring to. Yes flip the starter clutch, but you have to replace the rubber one. It gets bloated and flipping would do nothing for it.

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> Jay Rivett Wrote:

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> The starter clutch is pictured. The rubber clutch that drives the moped

> is what I am referring to. Yes flip the starter clutch, but you have to

> replace the rubber one. It gets bloated and flipping would do nothing

> for it.

Really? 2+2=4

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Sometimes it actually is 3....

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In the new math , wouldn't 2 cover 2 and end up only 2 ? LOL

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I know ND 30w oil goes in the clutch side case. Do I use the same oil in the middle section or trany fluid? Or maybe something else in the middle.

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