Why not put the transmission in gear and use the tail shaft to turn the
input shaft. Easier than turning the engine. Are you sure the input
shaft actually fits the clutch disk?
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> Of Scott Allen
> Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 2:15 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Clutch Alignment Tricks?
> I'm putting a new clutch in my '74 1/2, and I'm having a devil of a
> getting it to like up on the spline.
> Of course I'm using the correct alignment tool to make sure the clutch
> plate are lined up properly, and I'm using long 5/16" bolts to line up
> bell housing, but I can't get the clutch plate to line up properly on
> Before I destroy the clutch plate I'm wondering if anyone on the list
> tip for getting this done. Currently I'm thinking of using the long
> to line the bell housing up, and put a socket on the crank pully to
> clutch and, (hopefully) get it to line up.
> Any help appreciated,
> Scott Allen
> 74 1/2 BGT
> 52 TD
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