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Old 09-20-2016, 01:13 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by JFP in PA View Post
The clutch disc already has a chamfer on the internal splines, he probably buggered it a bit and had to repair it.
Agreed, each spline of the friction plate is chamfered - but only in one plane(roughly like a chisel).
I think he filed a chamfer on the other two planes ?? So the leading edge of each spine is shaped like the point of a nail . That would be chamfered on all 3 planes.
This would require a thin file , lots of patience and a steady hand.
If all he did was repair damaged splines - good idea. But if he modified the profile of the leading edge of the friction plate splines, that is more 'interesting'.
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