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Replacing bigfoot torsion spring

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  • Replacing bigfoot torsion spring

    Hello all,
    I just joined the group and have some issues on a bigfoot I picked up. The torsion spring clutch system doesn't seem to be applying much load to the tire. I purchased a replacement spring to fix this. The issue is that when I disassembled it two Belleville washers came out and I am not sure where they go, I assume it goes on either side of the engine mount (frame, washer, spring, mount, washer and frame). But it is darn near impossible to pack all this in, and I feel like it is binding it up. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks for any help!
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