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Dragging clutch #740454
07/01/18 10:30 pm
07/01/18 10:30 pm
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Just put a 71 togeather, while stopped and in first the clutch drags at idle, if I increase the rpm it is ok. Looking for what I might check? Thanks in advance


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Re: Dragging clutch [Re: Mwood7800] #740494
07/02/18 12:35 pm
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The commando diaphragm clutch and it's characteristics are well understood:
Here is the article I started to research in the late 80's. A lot of it is in the INOA tech digest that I was asked to contribute to.
http://atlanticgreen.com/ndnsclutch.htm


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