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    Posted: 19 Aug 2016 at 6:33pm
I hope this works. Here are pictures and text from GregLawlerMinn that should help with rebuilding the hand clutch. Just click on the first pic and then click to the right of the picture to page thru to all 7.
https://goo.gl/photos/vrj8X4xMg5yaHdS27


Edited by CTuckerNWIL - 19 Aug 2016 at 6:35pm
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Where can I get hand clutch rebuild parts?
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Contact rickinmo@socket.net He rebuilds them. He has had a health problem and will be running behind.
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SandyLake  has the clutch items also.
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Who is Sandylake?
Thanks Matt
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Originally posted by Hunt4Allis Hunt4Allis wrote:

Who is Sandylake? Thanks Matt
 An Allis dealer in Pa. https://sandylakeimp.com/
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I'm wondering about the 0.50" clearance quoted in Photo #7. The manuals I'm reading call for 0.005" in one case (IT), 0.055" in the AC service manual. 

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The .005 in the IT, has to be a miss print. .050 or .055 should work fine.
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The 0.50" in the knowledge section is a "Phat Phinger" error; it should have been 0.050". I experiment with the clearance setting and have been able to smooth out the clutch engagement somewhat.
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