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Old 02-05-2013, 01:16 PM
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I just bought an exceed madstorm and it needs clutch shoes springs and whatever is supposed to hold it onto the shaft. Can't f ok nd parts anywhere that are in stock. Any help would be appreciated
Old 02-06-2013, 09:37 AM
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It is a 3 shoe clutch? 3 shoe/spring sets from other cars will work.
Not sure what you mean by "and whatever is supposed to hold it onto the shaft", nothing holds the clutch shoes onto the flywheel pins. There should be a long nut with a reccess to hold the flywheel on and a allen headed bolt to hold the clutchbell on.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:06 PM
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Nitroexpress, I've looked there it's out of stock.
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Anthoop thank you. I was looking through clutch kit online an I'm seeming a whole bunch of washers, a brass cone lookin thing, and some 2 step washer things. I got the truck with the motor out and clutch off the motor and I have the flywheel nut have THe cone brass thing but I also have a nut the same color as the flywheel nut but one end is rounded. Yes it is a 3 shoe clutch and I found this clutch kit but if I if it will work on my sh.28 I wish I had a blown up diagram of clutch assembly
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So theoretically the clutch shoes and springs for savage will work?
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So theoretically the clutch shoes and springs for savage will work?
Yes. If it has a 3 shoe clutch.

In your previous post you say you have a rounded nut? Can you upload pictures...it will be easier.
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I wish I could but I'm using the wife's kindle fire. and I mean the nut kid of reminds me of a prop nut but slightly different. As for the brass cone with one side cut from top to bottom do you know what that is? All I know is the clutch bell uses 2 bearings and that's literally all I know. Idk If I I'm asking too much but if you could explain the assembly of the clutch then I could picture it and see if I have everything else besides the shoes and springs
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What was that picture of it showed up as a puzzle piece
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I wish I could but I'm using the wife's kindle fire. and I mean the nut kid of reminds me of a prop nut but slightly different. As for the brass cone with one side cut from top to bottom do you know what that is? All I know is the clutch bell uses 2 bearings and that's literally all I know. Idk If I I'm asking too much but if you could explain the assembly of the clutch then I could picture it and see if I have everything else besides the shoes and springs
In the picture below the odd shaped nut is the flywheel nut and the cone with one side cut fits onto the crankshaft before the flywheel (in the previous video he refers to it as the collet).
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Thank you, just picked up an RL20 clutch kit with new flywheel clutch bell shoes and springs I had to modify the flywheel but it should work but right now I'm really bumming because I bought everything I needed except the four Dang nuts and bolts to bolt the engine down I got it all together and said [email protected]$&
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Thanks again Anthoop, it's running and driving and it actually surprised me how quick it is.
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No problem. Glad you are having fun....give yourself a pat on the back.
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What was that picture of it showed up as a puzzle piece
It was a video. You might have to update your computors FlashPlayer to see it.

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