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  • #7202

    deucephaeton
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    Who is a good source of Clutch and Presure Plates for F-85, Cutlass n Jetfire ?

    Luck is at the intersection of planning and opportunity.

    #7203

    kid442
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    I have a spare 9 1/2″ clutch disc I can spare. You should be able to get the pressure plate rebuilt locally.
    Ken
    kid442w30@yahoo.com

    #7204

    JimNoel
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    Hi Deuce,
    F-85 and Cutlass use 9 1/2″ clutch & pressure plate. Jetfire uses 10″ clutch & pressure plate.
    D & D can set you up.
    Jim

    #7205

    deucephaeton
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    Thanks for the D&D reminder.
    Seems their web-site has trouble staying up across all pages. Last time I check the clutch page was down. I’ll try again.
    Someone supplies them or do they build/reman their own?

    Luck is at the intersection of planning and opportunity.

    #7206

    JimNoel
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    Hi Deuce,
    I have bought new clutch disks and had the three finger style pressure plates rebuilt. You might be able to have that done in your local area? See the notes under Articles, Nuggets from Noel, Tech Articles from Noel, clutch systems. I don’t think D & D rebuilds them, but not sure. However they do it, I know they have supplied in the past. I have one of their 9 1/2″ systems with a three fingered, full spring loaded, pressure plate.
    Jim

    #7207

    deucephaeton
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    I was able to get on to their site. They have a bad link. Needed to change the link to “.htm” It’s to bad that the entire site is now priced at “Call for quote” I like Dan and he’s been helpful when i purchased a bunch of parts but, this isn’t a good way to run the site. I like to window shop a bit and dream. Sometimes I want to know what I’m getting into before I call. :unsure:

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