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Attached, are few photos for reference with the old flywheel and P. Plate.

I am having difficulties with the clutch and flywheel installation, as I am almost 9mm
below the level I think I ought to be. Any thoughts?

Are the 3 nuts on the 3 arms on the pressure ring, where the release bearing goes on the pressure plate, adjustable?
They appear to be but don't want to fiddle unnecessarily.

In a 1750 installation, am I supposed to use the thick / thin flange between gearbox and engine?
Thank you for the kind help.

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Alberto

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IIRC I had some new or rebuilt Sachs pressure plates that had 3 steel staples for storage/transport to keep the springs from fully extending that needed to be removed before installation ... I think they were in the outer hinges ... you might want to check for that
 

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Are the 3 nuts on the 3 arms on the pressure ring, where the release bearing goes on the pressure plate, adjustable?
I don't know if your supposed to adjust the three nuts, but yes, you can. I did that when my throw-out fork had bent a bit and my clutch wasn't fully releasing - I could reach the nuts with the transmission installed, but would have had to remove the transmission to remove the throw-out fork.
 

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Talk to Gordon Raymond here on the BB. he rebuilds those and knows all the in and out on them.
 

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Hello Raymond,
as you can see from the pix, my pp is very different from the others.
I think we need to converse a while on this subject.
If I may, I would like to ring you, as writing will take forever.
So, if OK, can you send me your contact via a PM?
Thank you.
Regards, Alberto
 

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I think you need to measure the height from the friction surface to the top were the pressure plate bolts up on both flywheels.
 

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The 1300/1600 clutch assemblies are not strong enough for a 1750. (Torque capacity). You should be using a 1750 flywheel with the 110 tooth ring gear replaced with a 105 tooth ring gear (Same ID) for the 1300/1600 starter and the hydraulic release bearing as used in the 1750 & 2L, and the adaptor sold by Centerlinealfa.com to work with the mechanical linkage.
 

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Then all my posts are not needed. I'll delete them. Gone.
 

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That's unfortunate Raymond, as I found them very enlightening and educational, as most probably did.

Thank you anyhow for your time and effort.

Kind regards, Alberto
 

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I misunderstood your application.
 

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Not a problem!
 

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Found a better solution, and as I had 2 original AD flywheels, will use the one without the starter ring gear, and install the one shown in the pictures.
It is 215mm in diameter, will use a modern pressure plate and
the Centerline adaptor for the hydraulic bearing.

Only issue, I ignore a 'proper way' of installing the new ring gear, oven, press?

Please, your thoughts. Thank you
Regards, Alberto

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How did you get it off? I press them on/off and will sometimes pin them on aluminum wheels. Not sure why I only sometimes pin them on aluminum. Maybe they went on too easy?
 
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