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papasmurf wrote:Sorry,but no it didn't.having been an auto tech for 40 years, racing gokarts for many years, i understand assembling a package deal torque convertor! No problem!I will post photos of my Kart tomorrow so you can see what my problem is. Basically it has an outdated 20 series driven pulley, installed inboard, on the jack shaft. I want to install a new comet series 30, but these units are asymmetrical, and the lesser angle pulley faces must line up,or non moveable sheaves. To do this I will have to install either the driver unit or the driven unit in reverse of it's intended installation. I need to know if this is possible or will I damage the new torque convertor? I have worked with many centrifugal clutches, but never tackled a torque convertor.
papasmurf wrote:Closer, but still not quite. But I did get some ideas from the vid. Thanks for the help!
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