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Old 08-30-2017, 09:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi..replacing my clutch on my 88 sammy..which way dose the hub on the disc go,trans side with the flat side to fly wheel ? thx
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Thx for the welcome!..and drawing..but what i need to know is which way the disc goes to the fly wheel..there is a flat side on the disc(which i assume goes to fly wheel) and on the other side kind of a hub(trans side ??) directions arent very clear with clutch purchase
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Thx for the welcome!..and drawing..but what i need to know is which way the disc goes to the fly wheel..there is a flat side on the disc(which i assume goes to fly wheel) and on the other side kind of a hub(trans side ??) directions arent very clear with clutch purchase
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If you look at the diagram (or drawing), you will see that it answers your question, the "hub" faces the transmission.

I believe if you flip it you'll find that the hub will hit the flywheel before the friction lining makes contact.
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Thx.. Got it!
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