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    McMaster Carr SC Spring Washers

    Does anyone have the part number for these washers. I ordered some, but I think I got the wrong ones. When I installed them, the slip moment went up to 34 foot pounds.


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    washers

    you can usually only install one of these washers to compliment the stock washers. unlessyou machine the L cap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by asaberan View Post
    Yeah, those are the ones I bought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post
    you can usually only install one of these washers to compliment the stock washers.

    Thanks. Which one? Any of them?

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    Do you have an 08 rebuild kit? If so you should be able to use them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post
    you can usually only install one of these washers to compliment the stock washers.


    thats ONLY if u dont remove material from the L-cap...the factory L-cap is .225 if u remove some material from that part say take it down to approx. .175 to .200 THEN u can get MORE of these BAD DADDIES in place............. riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight!BET!!!!!!!!!

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    washers

    I dont think it matters. I usually replace the washer that is on the end of the shaft with a mcmaster one then recheck slip to see if I need a shim or not.


    There are many diferent ways to get the slip that you want or need. There are many threads and opinions on the subject.

    I suggest that you just play with the washer stack to see what gets you nearest the slip that you desire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post
    There are many diferent ways to get the slip that you want or need. There are many threads and opinions on the subject.

    I suggest that you just play with the washer stack to see what gets you nearest the slip that you desire.

    straight out!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by REID2168 View Post
    thats ONLY if u dont remove material from the L-cap...the factory L-cap is .225 if u remove some material from that part say take it down to approx. .175 to .200 THEN u can get MORE of these BAD DADDIES in place............. riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight!BET!!!!!!!!!
    The question that need to answered is what S/C Franko is using! You are dead on for a 2-rude!

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