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 Post Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 1:05 pm 
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I think you got it, Chuck. That clutch would explain a change in torque values being applied to the rear end. Thus making old settings wrong for different torque values.

We are going to have to get you one of them fore and aft hats that Sherlock Holmes wore and a pipe. Nothing for inside the pipe. We want you thinking clear.  LOL

I never did like Hayes clutches. They may have a good product now, but had a bad experience with my first one and never went back. Shredded that sucker up like belly button lint on the first pass. That was the one they said was best for me. First impressions last a long time. That was over 30 years ago.

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