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    Slipper clutch pads missing

    Hi im new to the forum, i baught a slayer pro 3 months ago and just about a week ago my slipper clutch pads are missing, all 3. Bought the replacement yesterday, put them on, 1 minute in to my bashing 2 are gone and the 3rd one is still there, what can cause the problem. I tidnt tightn the nut till it stoped.. I thightn it till the gear was hard to turn with my hand.

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Wolfslash16's Avatar
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    Welcome to the fourms! If your losing slipper clutch pads, try getting the alumminum ones, I have them, and I've never had a problem with them. I not sure sure why your losing them so quickly, maybe the slipper pad holder is bent? Hope this helps!
    Sl2sh Slayer Summit Sl4sh Teton/Rally T-Maxx Pnde

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    Thanks!!! How tight do i screw the bolt, till the bolt stops, nothing more?? Or just enough for the clutch to slip??

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    Just enough so that the slipper will put indents in your finger/thumb when you try to turn it.
    What also helps is if you put a small dab of CA or tire glue on the back of the pad and attach it to the mount.
    The Super Derecho

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    Ok, got it, one more question, at the time of relaplacing the pads is it easier to remove the engine or the tranny?

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    I find it easier to remove the tranny. Also, if you are having problems with the pads falling out, there could be a problem with the metal backing plate. I would recommend getting a new one. A complete slipper clutch rebuild kit is pretty cheap.

    V/R
    Bill

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    Ok thanks!!




    SLAYER-PRO

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    Ok thanks!!




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