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Comet clutch

vincentbob

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I have a 1953 Comet engine and gearbox that I am going to build into a one off special, there is a fair amount of work required on the engine, and I need to keep costs to a minimum. I need to replace the entire Burman clutch and have been unable to find the original parts necessary, I therefore would like to use a modern replacement such as Honda. I believe this has been done before and need to find out which clutch has been used?.
I have managed to find a new Burman sprocket which I plan to rivet onto a suitable modern basket, with modifications to the inner to suit the Burman input shaft.

Any advice would be very welcome.
 

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