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CT3 clutch basket question
CT3 clutch basket question was created by Dennis D
and noticed before I loosened the nut on the clutch basket that there was a
bit of end play on the inner basket. Changed the seal out and put it back t
together and still have the play in it. Checked to make sure the thrust washers
and the flat brg. were installed it the correct order and all of that seems to be
ok. The nut has a recess that goes against the shaft and that seems to be
correct also. I could see where a person could over tighten if it didn't have that
set depth. So, is a small amount of end play in that inner basket normal? Shaft
is not moving in and out at all with the nut tight. D
Replied by Dennis D on topic CT3 clutch basket question
toothed lock washer that goes behind the nut is not snug. It
may be the way they are, I just had never noticed before. There
is no room for another shim washer where the flat brg. goes.
Should have a washer* against the trans bearing... tall spacer... outer hub over spacer... then a washer and then flat bearing over the spacer then another washer that does not slide over spacer... then inner hub.
*some models had two washers against bearing. I think that was earlier.
Thrust bearing is shown wrong in most drawings. Flat bearing comes with a washer and then there is a second washer... 3 pieces between hubs and drawings show two to avoid confusion ordering parts which creates confusion assembling. Confused?
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