paul.jameson wrote:Go and do the setting off in first gear then opening the throttle bit again. Once the bike has experienced the "clutch slip", put your hand on the clutch dome. If it is clutch slip, the dome will be hot. If it is the sprocket and sliding member slipping, the clutch dome will be cold.
dave.owen wrote:Chris, where do you live, maybe someone who is local could help
simon.holyfield wrote:Is a bike of this vintage supposed to have friction material in the bottom of the basket?
Gary.Durrant wrote:...slacken off gearbox & swing it towards engine to allow removal of primary chain.....
When the friction material is fitted to the outer clutch hub, there are no extra steel plates, but the outer hub acts as an extra friction plate. There are still 4 steel plates and 3 friction plates (except NH which has one less of each )with the back of the outer hub effectivley being the 4th friction plate.The lip at the rear of the inner hub is removed from the 57 on inner hub.
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