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Loose clutch bell assembly

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  • Loose clutch bell assembly

    Just got a new clutch but upon installation I noticed the bell/bearings is a bit loose. Is there any way to repair this aside from replacing parts? Or is it supposed to be a little loose? I have the exact situation as in this video

    It's a gp460

  • #2
    Mine was the bell itself not fitting tightly in the bearing, and the bearing ended up being fine. I'd fix it.


    • #3
      Originally posted by dane795 View Post
      Mine was the bell itself not fitting tightly in the bearing, and the bearing ended up being fine. I'd fix it.
      Im almost positive I'm having that same problem. My bearing is in the proper place and spins perfectly fine but I feel like there's too much play with the bell still. How did you fix it? New bearing? Or maybe just re-tighten everything?


      • #4
        I upgraded to the ADA clutch bell. It was a really tight fit with the bearing, I put it in the freezer first and still had to tap it in with a hammer. So far so good though! I had a new bearing on hand too but it seemed to be in identical condition to the old one. Also mine is the 54mm setup (RC engine) but I think all the same concepts should apply.
        Last edited by dane795; 08-02-2020, 10:12 PM.