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Old 08-10-2021, 08:55 AM
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How much play in Ultima clutch hub?

Hello another question about A Ultima Drag style Clutch hub.

Is it normal that there is a certain play (up and down) in the hub?

There is no play from left to right.

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Hello another question about A Ultima Drag style Clutch hub.

Is it normal that there is a certain play (up and down) in the hub?

There is no play from left to right.

Thanks and greetings,

Erik.
Internal or external hub moving?
I would expect the internal hub sitting solid on the splines when the tightened by the nut. and there should not be perceivable bearing play for the outer hub.
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Thanks for the reply, it is the outer hub, the inner is solid, the outer has about 2 mm play up and down, not from left to tight.

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