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How to install the Clutchbooster ('57 PAN)

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Sinnersteel
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How to install the Clutchbooster ('57 PAN)

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Post by Sinnersteel » Wed Jul 28, 2010 8:29 pm

Hello

I rebuild My '57 Panhead.
Anyboody knows how to install the clutchbooster (height and position on frame)

Thanks

Greets

Sinnersteel



Bosheff
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Re: How to install the Clutchbooster ('57 PAN)

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Post by Bosheff » Thu Jul 29, 2010 7:46 am

The mousetrap doesn't have to be dead nuts perfect to operate effectively. Find a picture and go from there. The rod going from the mousetrap to the clutch release arm has to clear the shift lever and the ball end of the rod running from the booster to the clutch release arm when fitted will pretty much dictate the proper mounting location of the booster....bosheff

Sinnersteel
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Joined: Fri Dec 26, 2008 2:57 pm
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'89 frame (build by ?) with '75 shovel engine
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Re: How to install the Clutchbooster ('57 PAN)

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Post by Sinnersteel » Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:09 pm

Thanks Bosheff.


Bosheff wrote:The mousetrap doesn't have to be dead nuts perfect to operate effectively. Find a picture and go from there. The rod going from the mousetrap to the clutch release arm has to clear the shift lever and the ball end of the rod running from the booster to the clutch release arm when fitted will pretty much dictate the proper mounting location of the booster....bosheff

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