reed case and turtle clutch housing?

bigkel

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On my 4 bolt cases it was a tight fit. If you push it on and then line up the 4 bolt holes.
You can put the bolts in and tighten them half a turn at a time in a cross pattern to pull the clutch case on.
 

ATC Racing

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ok good because the bushing sits out flush so when i line it up theres about 1/8 space from housing to case /ill try it in the morning .

so its ok to go into the bushing with the housing ?
 

Timmahh

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which bushing are you talking about?
or do you mean the race around the crank shaft that the clutch housing fits too? Like BigKel Said its a tight fit even on the 2 bolts but its a good fit! goes on snug. i seem to recall using the bolts to pull the housing to the case. then removed the bolts and i was able to move the housing, which meant it would come apart should i need to get them apart for some reason.





just took these pics about 2 weeks ago when i installed a possible future Slammer Damn on it.
 
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bigkel

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You can press the oil seal in further first or push it in with the clutch housing when you tighten it down. Either way it dosnt really matter.
 
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