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Old 10-07-2013, 05:33 PM   #35
dilandau OP
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Location: oakland, ca
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so did my due diligence on the clutch: looks like everything is in an acceptable range. so its all going back in:

diaphragm plate looks clean. friction plate needs to be roughed up a bit but im just gonna put it all back in as is. which is a good thing because its like $600 in parts to replace it all.
these numbers look alright?

spring: .690"
backing plate: .303"
friction plate: .236"

and i got a 79 transmission that seems smooth and fine. I might just stick it in because I want to get riding. meanwhile Ill see how much it is to fix the old one.
morini 3.5 strada & sport, r75/6, duc 900sd (project)
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