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260 chain running on.......

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Thought there was something up with the brake band or a needle roller had collapsed. And before anyone suggests I’d replaced the C clip with a bodge

 

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What is the fence wire actually doing there ? I can see the clip under it

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Just being nuisance  at a wild guess ..... 

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Idle to high ?, 

stretched or a Broken clutch spring/s ?

Or a fracture on the clutch ? 

 

Even the wire bodge may just have something to do with it..😉

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Oops....

 

Good inspection of chain required after that or is chain obviously fubarred?

 

Was the "chain running on" the first sign of a problem ?  No cutting issues up to then, no strange noises .....😨... ???

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, peatff said:

What is the fence wire actually doing there ? I can see the clip under it

Giving the clutch a helping hand. ... 

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