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C: Clutch Comet Clutch Lifting Mechanism


Ian Savage

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Gents, the Comet never had a divided push rod. Only twins, changed from one piece during production. The Burman arrangement was a full length rod with a ball (now often a 5/16" roller) between that and the short forked plunger at the lever end.
The rod is 11 1/4 ins. (286 mm) long.
Ian
 

Bill Thomas

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Mine does, I have played with different clutches and amount of plates, On my Comet,
And find it more easy to add and take away rollers, Every little helps to keep the thrust down ?.
Cheers Bill.
 

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