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    Sc Clutch Trouble

    Someone should know this right away i just took apart the sc and i dropped the washer that has the notch on it for the holding tool. Does the notch go twords the housing or twords the end of the shaft ?


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    Flat side towards the gear, notch side towards retaining nut.

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    So i put the metal washers on my super charger today since i got all the tools today and i just have a couple questions for all you guys just little stupid questions but i just want to be safe. I got the new needle bearings and put them on with the tape worked very nicley, i was wondering if it matters if some of the adhesive that was holding the bearings on the tape stayed on them when i put the gear back on, i dont think it will affect anything but just askign also, i torqued it down to 22ftlbs and maybe a little extra just to be safe so it might be 22.5 pounds or 23 pounds wondering if that extra matters at all? also about the anit seize do u have to use that exact stuff or is there soemthing along the same lines as it i dont feel like ordering something that looks and feels like bearing grease also i know theres 2 diff washers with the riva washers and the metal ones that jerry sells are 2 diff sizes also. The one with the bigger hole goes on first then the washer with the smaller hole goes on second correct? Any help will be highley appreaciated thanks guys !!

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    that isnt tape on the needle bearings its wax. it will quickly melt away upon startup of the engine.

    The metal washers will only go on one way so its impossible to get them wrong. The one with the big hole goes on first.

    You do not use anti seize on the nut. You use red loc tite.

    22-24 ft lbs on the nut is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    that isnt tape on the needle bearings its wax. it will quickly melt away upon startup of the engine.

    The metal washers will only go on one way so its impossible to get them wrong. The one with the big hole goes on first.

    You do not use anti seize on the nut. You use red loc tite.

    22-24 ft lbs on the nut is fine.
    oh i know i didnt use it on the nut i used red loctite. i know that ure supose to put anit seize around the o rings of the SC as instructed in the riva directions when you put it back on the motor im asking if i can use soemthing else besides that like bearing grease or soemthing?

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    grease would work fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    grease would work fine.
    Alright thanks a lot Hulk

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