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Old 04-09-2011, 05:54 PM   #1
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i took my motor clutch and clutch bell system and all from my savage and dropped it in my x1 truggy. however the clutchbell just barely meets the spur gear. whats best way to move it forward?
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if your using the 2 piece engine mount just loosen the engine from the mounts just enough to slide it forward...if it's the one piece pull your flywheel off and put a shim or 2 between the flywheel, then shim your clutchbell out a little bit by putting a couple shims inbetween the bell and the nut that holds the flywheel on...if that doesn't work, your gonna have to switch clutchbells
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my motor is on the furthest forward holes. whats a longer clutch bell?
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