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PostSubject: Re: Can I guide my belt to one side? Without loosing to much power?   Can I guide my belt to one side? Without loosing to much power? - Page 2 Icon_minitimeMarch 26th 2013, 12:16 pm

another option is finding a Big #50 sprocket, and having it drilled to match the bolt pattern of the ATV sprocket, but that won't be cheap.
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Yeah, but I can't find a racing clutch for the #50 size either. So guess I'm stuck on #40/41 size
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Yeah i never seen racing cluch for #50 chain.
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I had to run #40 from the clutch to the jackshaft

Its a Hilliard Extreme Duty clutch so it should hold up OK.
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My plan was to have the clutch on the jack shaft.
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Chopperhed wrote:
I had to run #40 from the clutch to the jackshaft

Its a Hilliard Extreme Duty clutch so it should hold up OK.

They burn easy, so you better hit the pedal to the metal fast.

The toughest Hilliard is rated to 13hp I think.
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