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Rats!

gbyoung2

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Well, I really, really, really didn’t want to do this, but when you detect the clutch starting to slip from all that RAW power, you have no choice.
:p3rry


Pricey NOS (vintage) and aftermarket stuff should be here in a couple of days. No real current damage that I could see, but now I know why a previous owner had the cover off previously. It appears that the original primary drive chain tensioner failed at some point and was replaced. Apparently, one small spring for the centrifugal oil filter was lost in the process, but I found a NOS one on eBay.

Always something, eh?

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gbyoung2

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Its called a cookie sheet.....sheesh
Yup! I almost commented on that, but you took care of it for me. (y)

Thank you.

And to the others, yes, she does know where it is since she donated it. It had gotten rusty from sitting in storage, so I bead blasted it and use it as a drip pan. Works perfectly.
 
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