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RacingDreamz Ben Jones
Mountain City, TN, USA   USA
FINALLY!! I finally got the 6'er out of the shop today. We thought that the clutch fork pin had broken as to why the clutch would not disengage. Turned out the pin was a grade 8 bolt and nut that was in excellent condition. Which meant thrust washers. So crank end play was measured, new custom thrust washers ordered and installed. Main bearing end caps also installed so this is good to go for another 100K miles or more. This was my real first time driving it any distance in almost a year. Ran real good. Plenty of get up and go power. I'm happy.

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gfe05111952 George Earwaker
Falls Church, VA, USA   USA
It's always great to get back on the road again in one of our cars! Enjoy! smileys with beer



George
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gozto11 Todd Bermudez
Cincinnati, OH, USA   USA

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Tonyfixit Tony M
Duncan, BC, Canada   CAN
Nobody checked the crank end float?

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