Return to puch 3 shoe adjustable race clutch with tapped holes for your puller
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SHIMY SHIMY August 27, 2014
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Derry, NH United States  
Dont forget to buy some shims so you can space it correctly, most likely will not run right if ya dont

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Pretty great October 10, 2013
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Chico, CA United States  
Tightened each shoe to 15 pounds, probably should have put some blue springs in but it seems fine. I get that fancy pseudo-2-speed effect when it engages.

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Poor Quality. Will Damage Bell Housing or Worse August 20, 2013
taco eater : Zachary Johnston from Denver, CO United States  
The several cheap 3 shoe clutches (one is tapped, one is untapped, and one comes with blue springs) are very low quality. The rubber stops on each shoe will deteriorate, causing the clutch shoes to be pushed outward and this will grind against your bell housing and the bike will be seized in place when you try to push it. This clutch will cause significant damage to your bike like it did to mine. My clutch had less than 100 miles on it before it failed. Beware!

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bent June 19, 2013
taco eater : richard bach from indianapolis, IN United States  
i loved this thing for the 3 days it worked until it bent and not a little bit either

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When tuned right, its outa' sight! April 26, 2013
taco eater : Samuel Drupiewski from El Dorado Hills, CA United States  
Nice little clutch. I adjusted my springs to open the arms right at 15lbs (I measured, and measured, and measured...). Takes off at about 5K and fully grabs at about 25mph.

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usually get the pre-tapped November 10, 2011
taco eater : Eric Cox from Columbia, MO United States  
usually get the pre-tapped, but if they don't have any m6 taps are fairly cheap.

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