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Old 06-11-2008, 04:25 PM
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stiffler297
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Also, look at the washers very carefully. One side has a slight bevel to it. Make sure that side goes up against the shoe. This allows the shoe to move more freely. And, if you don't put the washers on, you'll have a very difficult time trying to get those off. They will groove the flywheel pretty good.
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