• Welcome to the website of the Vincent H.R.D. Owners Club.

    Should you have any questions relating to the Vincent H.R.D. Owners Club, or Vincent H.R.D. motorcycles in general, please contact Graham Smith, Hon. Editor and Webmaster by calling 07977 001 025 or please CLICK HERE.

    You are unrecognised, and therefore, only have VERY restricted access to the many features of this website.

    If you have previously registered to use this forum, you should log in now. CLICK HERE.

    If you have never registered to use this website before, please CLICK HERE.

Comet clutch

russell hartley

Website User
Non-VOC Member
Can anyone help with information or pictures of how to fit a Honda CJ 250t clutch to my comet as I have just picked up a clutch and want a winter project
 

Tom Gaynor

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
Honda clutch

Had you thought about turning it into a table lamp? The Comet would be no worse off, and 'er indoors might warm to you as a home-builder.
 
Last edited by a moderator:

Piston Pete

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
honda clutch

i am expecting delivery ,this very week ,of a Conways Clutch for my Comet. I am hoping its as easy (read idiot proof) to fit as they suggest .I will let you know if it turns my humble Comet into a Shadow-Beater:) Still it will be nice to have the bike on the road again after its 3 month lay -off since the Burman clutch cried "enough" and made a bid for freedom through the chaincase.

Best of luck woth the conversion
 

Piston Pete

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
No problem Russell .It was posted Friday 5th December ,and still hasnt made it to Ireland 10 days later......I will email the photos of the unit and the installation (suitably edited of course ,to give an air of professionalism):confused:
 

vincenttwin

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
Russell
Seems a bit like stealing when you copy a companies hard work ,I know Conways spend a lot of money getting the correct tooling set up and I think CJ clutch's the back will need extra work to get the rubbers to fit.
regards
Pete
 

minivin

Well Known and Active Website User
VOC Member
Aiy, it's quite a bit of work when I looked at my Conways clutch.

TBH, if your that mechanically proficient that you can machine the bits for yourself, why not figure it out yourself? done it plenty of times myself fitting non-standard bits to Land Rovers and Vincents and tend to come up with better solutions (people still don't understand how I squeezed a defender and rangerover gearbox into a series 3 Land Rover, pah! ammetures)
 

Latest Forum Threads

Can't Find What You Need?

Buyer Beware: Fake or Real?

Top