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Old 01-09-2007, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default truggy/ buggy clutch questions....

has anyone used the orion v 6 clutch? is it any good and if so what is a good starting piont for the spring adjustment? also what is your personal favorite clutch for truggy{.28} and buggy{ .21} shoes springs eccct??
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I use the Turbo sliding clutch and love it. Werk make a 4 shoe others here locl like alot. Never seen the v6 ran.....
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