Jack, what's the advantage of a diaphragm clutch?
Jack Brooks wrote:
> Does anyone have a spare TR4A-6 flywheel?
> I'm converting my TR3A to a Diaphragm clutch and my intended source came up
> empty handed. I've got a good ring gear, all I need is the flywheel. (Yup,
> this nut will give you money for that doorstop you keep tripping over.)
> Why not have my machinist convert my existing TR3A-4 flywheel? The later
> flywheel is a better flywheel and it'll be less expensive (even with
> shipping) to find one, than to have him setup, drill and tap the existing
> Once I have a flywheel (or be forced to modify mine), it's off the shop for
> the machining and balancing, so I can get this engine built and make sure my
> TR is back on the road for spring.
The Wyvern - '57 TR3, TS15559L - Now on the road!