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    What in the world? This looks nothing like my TM. Is there supposed to be a bearing behind clutch plate as in TM? And this is clutch disk that was in it and holy cow does this mean I need a new flywheel as well? Deep cracking. Crap. Anyone got a spare?IMG_20190812_185806135.jpgIMG_20190812_185727470.jpg

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    We ask that members reserve the use of "HELP" in thread titles only for realtime emergencies(like broken down on the road).

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    Probably should do the rear main seal while the flywheel is off .

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    Throw out bearing Is on the cross bar in the transmission. it locks into those fingers on the PP. Pilot bearing is there in the crank as it should be.

    Flywheel got hot. Someone has a strong calf. More mirror more head. Check it for cracks from heat then mic it to see if it can be turned. The PP side looks normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    Throw out bearing Is on the cross bar in the transmission. it locks into those fingers on the PP. Pilot bearing is there in the crank as it should be.

    Flywheel got hot. Someone has a strong calf. More mirror more head. Check it for cracks from heat then mic it to see if it can be turned. The PP side looks normal
    Lots of cracking in flywheel I was in the process of changing main seal. I ordered a clutch kit from C&C for a deuce but the clutch plate sent is the one with the little pads not the full circle as shown does that matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doghead View Post
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    Reason I was asking about bearing is this TM pic saying throwout Bering behind clutch plate. The plate in this pic is the new one I have. Old one is the solid plate.IMG_20190812_194739325.jpgIMG_20190812_185727470.jpg

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    The picture makes it look much larger than it really is.

    Your pilot bearing looks to be in place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doghead View Post
    The picture makes it look much larger than it really is.

    Your pilot bearing looks to be in place.
    Pilot.... thank you for your patience with me. I will take my flywheel to a machinist tomorrow to see if it can be turned. How much is too much in these?

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    No difference in running a puck clutch vs a disc clutch. Discs will give a little more. Mostly depends on the clutch material as to strength and durability
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