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#1 glgrumpy OFFLINE  

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Posted July 09, 2016 - 03:10 AM

So, now needing clutch and brake material, if such thing and adhesive to apply same to G14 system. Is there a kit? How thick is it if I take to a shop and he asks? Is the brake plate, also right there, the same stuff and thickness? This is about the last system to fix on this chassis.

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Posted July 09, 2016 - 07:07 AM

Brian may have what you need:

 

https://bolenspartsandsupplies.com/

 

If not, you might give this fella a try:

 

http://www.tubeframes.com/



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Posted July 09, 2016 - 07:11 AM

Do you need pads or clutch discs?

 

I have both instock if needed, the clutch discs need to be glued on by baking them at 400 degrees



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Posted July 09, 2016 - 07:23 AM

 

 

. . . the clutch discs need to be glued on by baking them at 400 degrees

Is that going to smell like apple pie?


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Posted July 09, 2016 - 07:28 AM

Is that going to smell like apple pie?

Might be best to send the cook to WalMart for a while when you do that baking bit.


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Posted July 09, 2016 - 08:49 AM

OK, Brian, not sure what is needed. Should I take a picture of the part with One side still on?  Is there one also for the brake plate at same area? Does this one needing baking have adhesive on it's back or need to buy that too?  OR is there discs in there?  Man, why's this B-stuff so hard to figure out??  I'll take pictures of parts, then need serial to get year for best idea of what was used also? Seems the center sheaves are slightly angled surface maybe?  Hope I won't need some sort of clamp to hold all in place, as not sure how would do the angle. Brake plate is flat liner.



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Posted July 09, 2016 - 08:56 AM

Lets see a pic of the clutch, are the pads gone or still on there, you may be ok with the old ones on there they last a long time!



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Posted July 09, 2016 - 11:46 AM

Do you need pads or clutch discs?

 

I have both instock if needed, the clutch discs need to be glued on by baking them at 400 degrees

So he could just come to my house and set it out in the sun for 20 minutes?



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Posted July 11, 2016 - 06:03 PM

Well, epay for the rescue, just open your wallet!  Have new brake plate with lining on it's way, and the disc kit I missed, fella had more and re-listed, so got one of those too. Took bearings out of sheave, blasted it up good after chiseling off the one side material that was still half on there.  Told Mama about the hot oven use, didn't say no. I'm thinking the sheave and both outers have to be bolted all together with big bolt down center, seems I saw that somewhere to back and hold it all in place in oven. I have those two outers painted now, so best I blast it off again I think, one less smell to deal with. Probly just curl the paint off anyway!  Got a new bearing in the operating lever now, went in easy, good to go on that one. I've never named my vehicles or such, but might have to call this one "Money Pit"  just to keep reminding me of foolish endeavors. :wallbanging:


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