These are 14 dia pins, you could easily replace these with a bit of silver
steel (a type of hardenable material that is precision ground in various
sizes) or if you have a 1/4 drill (or 2) that is broken then the plain
section should be an accurate 1/4 dia. you can dremmel the end off and tap
that in. I personally believe that the dowel pins are most important in
locating the clutch cover concentric to the axis of rotation.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Bauder"
Subject: Question for the list
> I have had similar work done there and it has always been perfect, as was
> this job. Except for the two missing dowel pins.
> 1. Do you any or all of you agree with me that the flywheel needs its full
> complement of dowel pins?
> 2. Does anyone have two spares? Or know where I can easily get two more?
> TIA and regards,
> Jim Bauder
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