mine uses 6 5/16 bolts to hold the P/P to the adapter instaead of studs like the new one.
I'm sure you have installed those before,but just an FYI make sure the bottom disc floats under the adapter/mid plate,about.020" clearance. Mine was too tight and I pulled my hair out trying to get it to release until I called McLeod and they sent me some shims.
I shimmed under the 3 straps and now it works great.
??? I try to buy Organic Foods and grow my own organic fruits and Vegs, but
March 23 2011, 7:34 AM
how in the world ORGANIC applies to a clutch disc I don't have a clue....I guess asbestos is about as organic a friction material as you can get, does ORGANIC in clutches mean non-metalic or a non-synthesized non man made material unlike Kevlar?
just FYI, in chemistry, organic generally refers to carbon containing compounds. Anything that is or was alive can be called organic, including gasoline.... "Organic" clutch discs are usually alot more mild mannered than metallic compound discs.... Hope this helps, John
BTW... Asbestos isn't an organic compound..
Something to think about, Tell the next tree hugging prius owner you see eating a nice organic meal you can make their salad even more "organic" by drizzling a little 90 weight gear oil on it, Just a thought, John
This message has been edited by jetstuff on Mar 23, 2011 9:16 PM