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Old 06-19-2018, 08:19 PM
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A clutch spring stud broke off my clutch hub spitting out the clutch spring n nut out....my primary outer chrome cover held it but suffered a little as it was being eaten up till I heard n saw it and turned off the bike. Are these sold separately or will I need to purchase a whole new hub?
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This whole time I thought I had an ultima belt drive....ultima has bolts for its clutch hub...I have bolts, bdl calls em shoulder bolts. So it's the shoulder bolt then the spring over the clutch hub. My question is do these shoulder bolts tightened until they bottom out and what is torque on them?

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong as I dont want to good this up.
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My question is do these shoulder bolts tightened until they bottom out and what is torque on them?
I use blue loctie on those bolts and just snug em all the way down. I don't think there is a torque for em, at least I never used one. You can swap out those bolts and springs for the Ball Bearing unit that BDL has. I've ran both, I don't really see a difference between the two, unless you drop all those ball bearing, which I have
I think there are 9 shoulder bolts and springs, you can run 6, thats all I ran.. I've got a couple used bolts and springs if you need em.
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Old 06-25-2018, 06:44 PM
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Good info fish....I goofed big time, initially I thought it was an ultima n followed the instructions on these bolts as them being measured a certain distance from the cover. This is most likely why it came loose and got caught up inside the cover I have for the primary. Lesson learned. I ordered the bolts n should have em tommorow fish, so thanks for the offer and help sir.

I saw the bdl ball bearing unit and really thought bout getting it, but if there is minimal change I will stick with wat I have. 6 bolts
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Good info fish....I goofed big time, initially I thought it was an ultima n followed the instructions on these bolts as them being measured a certain distance from the cover. This is most likely why it came loose and got caught up inside the cover I have for the primary. Lesson learned. I ordered the bolts n should have em tommorow fish, so thanks for the offer and help sir.

I saw the bdl ball bearing unit and really thought bout getting it, but if there is minimal change I will stick with wat I have. 6 bolts
Sounds like it didn't hurt too much. The BDL stuff might not be the nicest looking belt drives but they work well.

Yeah man, 6 bolts is the way to go, especially for a cable. Blue loctite works great, never had one come loose.

Glad I can help, that doesn't happen very much for me here
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Tx51, did you get everything back together ok?
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