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Default IHC clutch handwheel G-893

I have a 6hp M with a clutch that has this handwheel (G893) on it. It is obviously not the correct one as the hole in the wheel is much larger that the shaft. Anyone know which clutch this goes on? And what is the part number for the one I need? And while I'm at it, I'd gladly trade it to someone that needs it for one that fits mine. I don't want to sell it, as it will work on mine in a pinch, but I will trade it.
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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

Kevin: The hand wheel G-893 is used on the IHC Famous line of engines, 4-25hp. I couldn't find a specific hand wheel for the 6HP-M , but found hand wheel 940T for the 1 1/2 & 3HP M's. It could be the same .
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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

Thanks Paul,
ok, just went and looked at it some more...another part on the clutch appears to be
G-6113. Does your book show if this handwheel fits with this part number? Also, I don't know what this clutch SHOULD be on, but it bolts up to my 6 M. It's different than the one on my other 6M, as it has the wheel with the covered hub.
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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

I Have two 6hp clutch assemblys both handles are stamped G893 both are the early type without the cover one handle is very loose on the shaft suspect it is just worn will bush it when I restore the engine .cheers clappo
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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

Maybe I was *gulp* WRONG! and it was just that loose. I am anxious to see if it matches up part number wise with the other part number I posted.

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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

Thats the correct handwheel. Its not uncommon for the hole to be wore out and most of the time egg shaped. I have had to bore a few of them out and put bushings in them.
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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

Ok, what kind of clearance am I looking for? I don't think I want it too tight or stopping it from spinning to disengage may be difficult. What say ye?
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Default Re: IHC clutch handwheel G-893

Kevin: Part # G-6113 shows as a hand wheel shaft guide for the 4 & 6hp Famous engines. The hand wheel bore on most of the Famous type engines is usually found to be "LOOSE", just from ware, spinning on the shaft.
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A balmy -11 f this morning here on the coast of Maine with a 40 knot breeze behind it.
this weekends blizzard missed us by a few miles. We got 6-8 inches and towns less than 20 miles away got 18-24 inches of the lovely white stuff.
I've still got 3 foot drifts from the wind to go out and plow.
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