The 10t sprocket allows you to achieve a desired gear ratio for good pulling power, recommend using at least a 60T drive sprocket. For larger tire application and extreme riding you will need a torque converter.
Note- No set screws available, must have crankshaft that is threaded for a bolt to hold clutch in place.
Not available for #35 chain
outside diameter 4 3/4"
total width 2 1/2"
clutch back to sprocket is 2"
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Barely got it on and had to tap to get it to the same place as the other one was. I finally got it on my predator 212 and drove it through my yard, worked great. After about 15 minutes I put my go-kart up, I come back the next day to find that it is locked and wont turn. I take my chain off and bring it to my shop to pull it off. I know I messed up by forcing it on thinking it was going to loosen up like my last one. That was not the case, it will not come off now.
Do not buy! Should not be sold by retailers until the manufacturer fixes the design.
As other reviewers mentioned, despite this clutch advertising a 3/4" bore, it DOES NOT fit a 3/4" driveshaft unless you re-engineer the clutch's dore with a Dremel tool or some other serious work. DON'T BOTHER.
There are a lot of good clutches out there that slide relatively easily onto the driveshaft without you spending any time re-engineering a flawed design. And, I believe that is what is going on here -- the manufacturer must have produced a batch or all of these clutches with their bore set just a hair too small.
Even if you manage to get it on (which might take a few hours and an act of God), it is still not worth it.
About 1 day into use, mine started smoking. Regardless of what caused the smoking, I decided I wanted this clutch off my machine and tossed in the trash!
It took me 3 hours to get it off. The only way to get it off was to literally destroy it.
TOTAL WASTE OF TIME & MONEY!! AVOID!!
I bought these for a BT200X and doesn’t work with the current jack shaft assembly, can you recommend a combination for my bike. Trying to install a Tillotson 212E...
10T, 3/4" bore Centrifugal Clutch, #41 - HEAVY DUTY
My son and I are building a custom two-seat go-kart. Gary was very helpful in giving me tips on what to get, and because my son and I have a combined weight of 500 pounds, Gary recommended the heavy duty centrifugal clutch. However, no matter what I did, I couldn’t get it more than half an inch on the three-quarter inch predator 212 shaft. Everyone else on YouTube could slide their regular clutch on with no problem, but mine kept getting stuck. I felt like an idiot. Then Evan Go Power Sports told me to just take some emery paper or sandpaper to it, and that did the trick! We used 100 grit multi-purpose sandpaper suitable for metal, wrapped some around a wooden dowel, and applied equal pressure to the bore of the clutch. It took about half an hour but it worked great!
The clutch seems pretty beefy but it does not fit a 3/4" shaft without enlarging the bore hole. I had to use sandpaper and patience to get it to fit but now it fits like a glove. It sounds like I am not the only one saying this.
Bought to replace another burnt up 3/4" bore clutch and IT DID NOT FIT. Bore of the clutch was ever so slightly too small. Meanwhile all my old 3/4" clutches go on the motor with no problem.
So far I'm very disappointed. I'd return the one I haven't tried to used if I wouldn't get hosed on the return. The inner diameter is a few thousands from 0.750", not sure I'd call them a "3/4" clutch. The outer diameter is too large to fit a Coleman jackshaft. I guess it makes a good paperweight
I will reply once I get delivery. Delivery was noted I should receive in 5-7 days. You are saying it was processed 10 days ago. Maybe you could see if it’s still out for delivery.