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Clutch clevis pin

Phil Baker

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I've searched the forum under this title but can't find the answer - is the pin that goes through the clevis pin, clutch actuating arm and then the other side of the clevis pin a push-fit through the clevis pin both sides and an interference fit through the arm?

Thanks!

Phil
 

stumpy lord

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I've searched the forum under this title but can't find the answer - is the pin that goes through the clevis pin, clutch actuating arm and then the other side of the clevis pin a push-fit through the clevis pin both sides and an interference fit through the arm?

Thanks!

Phil
all mine have been push fits.
norm
 

john998

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Hello, yes Norman is correct,just a push fit. It can not escape once assembled. John.
 

Phil Baker

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Thanks chaps - mine is a tap-in fit and this seems a good idea as the pin, once filed gently to conform to the circumference of the clevis pin, cannot wander about and groove the housing.
 
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