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Old 08-15-2015, 09:22 PM
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Primo belt drive alignment question?

OK have a an alignment question. I have a primo brute iv belt drive.the problem is the front pulley is out about an1/8 of an inch more than the rear.I've already with with a 1/4 pulley insert on the front pulley. The question is what is the best way to get these to align.is it possible the space the rear pulley?or should I machine some off the pulley insert on front?They don't make an 1/8 inch insert,the next size down would be no offset.thanks
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OK have a an alignment question. I have a primo brute iv belt drive.the problem is the front pulley is out about an1/8 of an inch more than the rear.I've already with with a 1/4 pulley insert on the front pulley. The question is what is the best way to get these to align.is it possible the space the rear pulley?or should I machine some off the pulley insert on front?They don't make an 1/8 inch insert,the next size down would be no offset.thanks
What kind of stater rotor you have- regular thin that requires 2 washers around it or the heavy duty, that incorporates those washers in it,s thickness?
If the 1t, you could removes the stock outside thick washer( ~1/4") and substitute it with thinner one( ones) to get the necessary alignment.
If you have heavy duty rotor, you will have to machine the pulley insert.
You can,t space the rear pulley/ clutch basket.
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Old 08-16-2015, 04:39 PM
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Hey steinbvg its a compufire 32 amp. Yea didn't think about a thinner washer. I know that compufire says not to run it with out out side washer because the washer is suppose to distribute force across the rotor or if it cracks it could fly apart.might see if I can find a thinner washer.I know the one on its is thick,don't see where one a little thinner would hurt
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Hey steinbvg its a compufire 32 amp. Yea didn't think about a thinner washer. I know that compufire says not to run it with out out side washer because the washer is suppose to distribute force across the rotor or if it cracks it could fly apart.might see if I can find a thinner washer.I know the one on its is thick,don't see where one a little thinner would hurt
You,re right, if it was regular Harley setup. But Look at the diameter of you primo pulley insert . It,s huge, flat and will distribute the force the same way the washer would.( even if you didn,t have any) Just a thought. The thinner wide washers for alignment do exist- I saw 1/32, 1/16 etc.
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Old 08-16-2015, 06:43 PM
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Cool man I'll check it out and see if can't find one. I don't much maybe an 1/8 to get it to line up
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Remove the large spacer then use a straight edge to measure what you need.

Part number for spacers

35850-84 SPACER, .010
35851-84 SPACER, .020
35852-84 SPACER, .030
24032-70 SPACER, .060
24033-70 SPACER, .090
24034-70 SPACER, .120
24035-70 SPACER, .150
24036-70 SPACER, .180
24037-70 SPACER, .210

A-24032-SET is the number for a set with one each from .060-.210. The smaller ones have to be purchased separately in packs of 5.
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Old 08-16-2015, 09:07 PM
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