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Old 10-01-2009, 09:19 AM
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Primary clutch weights

The bolts that hold your weights into place, do they have to go in a certain direction.
When looking at the sled on the clutch side
and at the top of the clutch the primary turns toward the front of the
sled. So should the head of the pin be in the direction the clutch turns
and the nut should be on the back side of the turning clutch?
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I don't think it matters but stock the nuts on the left side when the clutch is laying flat on the work bench. So if I am visualizing your view right, the bolt head would face the front when installed. Is this on your 03 F7?
If so, here's a set up that works well - 66grams, orange/white cat primary, 58/52 helix, red/white secondary. For a little quicker backshifting the D&D grey spring works nice too.
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Thanks, yes this is for an 03 F7, but this one is my neighbors. I will pass on the info.

I see in your pick that you have a big quad that looks like it enjoys mud, are you coming out to the Woodridge derby? The mud is.. let's say muddy.
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Thanks, yes this is for an 03 F7, but this one is my neighbors. I will pass on the info.

I see in your pick that you have a big quad that looks like it enjoys mud, are you coming out to the Woodridge derby? The mud is.. let's say muddy.
unfortunately the quad funds got consumed in a garage project but hoping to build another one soon Love the woodridge area though
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