TRF MAGIC CLUTCH FOR TR250, TR6—Continued
ADDITIONAL COMPONENTS KIT;
replace these components along with
your new Magic Clutch
locking fork to cross-shaft;
do not over-tighten, and secure with
securing taper pin
clutch slave cylinder
joint, push rod clevis to cross-shaft
lock, on joint pin
cotter, securing joint pin
Make sure that your flywheel is straight and flat. Have it trued by a machine shop,
and have it balanced at the same time.
Always be sure that a new throw-out sleeve slides easily on the gearbox shaft. It
must not bind or dig in, nor can it be too loose or it could cock. Use TRF's bronze
sleeve as supplied with the Magic Clutch for best results. Lubricate the gearbox shaft
with a bit of Mike Gassman's bear grease which is included in your Magic Kit.
Be sure that your gearbox is centered on your engine, as this will perfectly align
your gearbox shaft in the crankshaft pilot bush. Originally, your gearbox was centered
through the use of 3/8-inch dowel bolts at the two o'clock and the eight o'clock
positions on the gearbox flange. These have often been lost, and 5/16-inch bolts
substituted. This little mistake is a major cause of clutch failure. To replace lost
dowel bolts, TRF supplies two dowel pins in the Magic Clutch Kit. Use them if your
dowel bolts are gone!