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HI ALL
I have an at2 I am assembling, I am trying to assemble,
The clutch, the O rings under the friction plates wont
fit under them, are they required or can I leave them out ?
Thanks for your time.
Maxx . . . . .
 
24 Jun 2022 13:34 #1

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Replied by MarkT on topic clutch o rings

1.  They don't fit "under" which could be your problem

2. Many of us leave them out. 
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24 Jun 2022 13:42 #2

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Replied by RT325 on topic clutch o rings

Leave them out. Are you using aftermarket 'new' fibers that have less clearance under them. Don't worry.
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Thanks for the replys everyone, yes I am using barnett fibers,
so I will leave them out. slowly getting it together.
have a good ride everyone.
Maxx . . . . . 
26 Jun 2022 11:15 #4

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HI
just want to thank markt and rt325 for the help
went together perfect, slowly getting together.
Maxx . . . . .
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HI Everyone
Now that you helped me out with the clutch rubber o rings,
I have assembled the clutch, the clutch primary drive gear
and the primary driven gear on the clutch basket do not line up ?
the drive gear is in the correct place but the driven gear looks like it is out about one eighth  of an inch ? I am sure I assembled it correctly, has anybody 
ever seen this ?
any help would be appreciated.
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29 Jun 2022 21:44 #6

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Replied by Ht1kid on topic clutch o rings

Post a picture so we can see what you got
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