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Old 08-09-2017, 02:41 AM
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Default Rekluse Core Manual (RMS7000)

Picture gallery:
https://goo.gl/photos/Qn6i33wQSk4oXvhw5

Questions:

Does any one know
-what's difference between 178-002B & 178-002A clutch boss?
-what's thickess the new rekluse fibre plate?
-what's thickess the new OEM fibre plate?
-what aim is the steel SEEGER ring in the clutch boss?

Theory:
Core manual steel drive plate thickness (0.06") 7 piece & 1 piece (0.04)
Sum: 7x0.06+0.04=0.46" (11.68mm)

Fibre plate
I think Gasgas new OEM 2.8 mm.
Sum: 2.8x8=22.4 mm

Plates height: 22.4+11.68=34.08 mm

This is not so good, because pressure plate and clutch boss full closed distance is 34.08 mm

I think the 178-002B need thicker fibre plate than 2.8mm.
(sample Cr250 fibre plate 3mm)
or thicker start steel plate, or more steel plate.

Has anyone run into the same problem?

In picture gallery, my fibre plate thickness is 2.65mm
I can slove this problem, I'm only curious.

Thanks!
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