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    Slip SC

    I would like to know what will be the problem if I have
    75 In/Lbs clutch slippage with C5 blade?


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    Quote Originally Posted by douglasb76 View Post
    I would like to know what will be the problem if I have
    75 In/Lbs clutch slippage with C5 blade?
    You are either lacking friction surface on the clutch washers or you lack spring tension on the washers.

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    So I should buy the rebuilt kit?? oh just the shims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by douglasb76 View Post
    So I should buy the rebuilt kit?? oh just the shims?
    Depends on how worn your clutch washers appear. If they look ok then shim if not then rebuild.

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