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    Slipper clutch

    Just got my new bearings installed in My summit so I put the transmission back together and I tightened the slipper clutch up fairly tight and just tried it but it was still loose so I tightened it As tight as I could and it's still slipping any ideas? ?
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    The friction disk could be glazed.
    Fine sand paper and lightly sand the disk /make sure it and or the pads are not contaminated with lube etc
    Same thing with the pads.


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    ON top of what jaymann said also try cleaning the disk with alcohol after lightly sanding also might try the alcohol on the pads just to make sure no oil or grease is on them.
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    Okay I will try that thanks

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