juddering clutch

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jchesshyre
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Re: juddering clutch

Post by jchesshyre » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:33 am

I don't know enough about clutches to know if that appearance is normal for plates which have had some use.

But if not, then it would be worth trying to work out why that wear is occurring before you install the new plates.

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Red3446
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Re: juddering clutch

Post by Red3446 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:53 pm

Here below you can see differences between:

Brand new disc:

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Used and deformed disc (pay attention at not uniform wear signs):

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Bad machined disc:

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Pretty good used disc:

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New defective discs I've installed (third from top) came from a new "training" engine and, maybe, someone performed a modification I don't remember on them......so they don't work properly.....

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