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Old 08-18-2019, 02:02 PM
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Old 08-18-2019, 02:48 PM
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So, I was originally going to use the WCC mounting plate, I have to say it's pretty heavy. Previous owner welded on stand alone to the bracket so he could mount the WCC belt guard to the left of the 3rd pic. He drilled out some holes to make some of them bigger, it was ugly. I welded in the holes he drilled and cut the corners off cause it was in the way of the WCC belt cover mounting holes. I didn't like the way it looked, it had a weird shape, so I scraped all of it.

I went to my local steel supplier and managed to score on a 3/8" aluminum plate for $15. I made my pattern drilled and tapped some holes. The WCC belt cover bolt pattern is off, only 2 holes will line up w/ BDL cover holes, so I had to hack of the corners of the new mount plate. I still need to tap the 2 holes to the BDL plate for belt cover and 2 more holes for the new mounting plate. I figured 2 more bolts centered top & bottom should stop any vibration.

Does anyone know if the the WCC mids shifter uses 2 or 1 washer? If you look in the pics, the WCC Mids came with 2 washers but all the hardware was in a bag. I found the WCC mids looks good but the way it was made could have been better. ie..copper bushings/washers, super heavy,steel.. any owners here have any feedback? The ride, maintenance etc...?
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