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Vaughan Drag Saw Engine


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Old 01-19-2011, 03:16:31 AM
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Aahhh. Proceeding cautiously.
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Dana,
Here is a cross section of the Clutch that I scanned from my manual. The clutchbolt (#5) is RH thread but the clutch band (#7) and the Flywheel nut (#9) is LH. You can remove the clutch as an assembly by removing the clutch bolt (RH) and then putting a large wrench on the Flywheel bolt (LH) spinning the whole unit off. If you must get the clutch apart you must put a spanner on (#7) and a large wrench on the Flywheel Nut (#9) and twist LH.
I had to put a lot of heat on the hub of the clutch band (#7) to get it to release from the Clutch Spindle (#9).
I had to take my clutch apart because the lining was falling off but if yours is ok then just remove it as a unit.
Rich
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Dana,
(trying to resend this because picture didn't go)
Here is a cross section of the Clutch that I scanned from my manual. The clutchbolt (#5) is RH thread but the clutch band (#7) and the Flywheel nut (#9) is LH. You can remove the clutch as an assembly by removing the clutch bolt (RH) and then putting a large wrench on the Flywheel bolt (LH) spinning the whole unit off. If you must get the clutch apart you must put a spanner on (#7) and a large wrench on the Flywheel Nut (#9) and twist LH.
I had to put a lot of heat on the hub of the clutch band (#7) to get it to release from the Clutch Spindle (#9).
I had to take my clutch apart because the lining was falling off but if yours is ok then just remove it as a unit.
Rich
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Thank you for the drawing of the Vaughan clutch. I have the drum, band and the cone but couldn't figure out what parts were missing or where they went. Gonna have to get fabricating now.
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