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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Well I’ll put the clutch on the go-kart and it was stuck on go it was not working like it supposed to
Installed clutch started go cart clutch froze up engaged will not disengage even after I shut off engine.
10T, 3/4" bore Centrifugal Clutch, #41 - HEAVY DUTY
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Everything that I ordered was as you had listed it and as I had ordered.Thank you,Joe Illetschko
Everything was perfect. Amazing company. Excellent quality.
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...
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!