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Re: UUC Clutchstop has design faults (archive)

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Posted by Rob Levinson * UUC Motorwerks on May 21, 2001 at 00:53:02:

In Reply to: UUC Clutchstop has design faults posted by KraZy007 on May 19, 2001 at 23:17:08:

There is a locking nut that is supposed to be tight against the head of the CS... if this is loose, the head could rotate. Tighten that up to keep it from rotating.

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- Rob Levinson

I just installed the uuc cs on my car. First off, the design sucks. I have the 2.0 version....When you guys gonna come out with a 3.0 version? Cuz u need to.

Logically, when screwing in the cs, one would hold onto the "stopper" portion of the clutchstop to do so. However, when screwing in my cs, the "stopper" portion was loose. I could use the stopper portion to screw the CS in to a point. Then, it would just freely rotate, geting me nowhere. Moreover, that postion is too high for me to engage gears. So, the only thing i could do is get a 17mm open ended wrench and akwardly try to screw the cs in. However, i don't have a 17mm wrench so i took that crap off. Moreover, the total price of that thing is $26.50. For $26.50, it's a bit pricey. And that's not counting the 17mm wrench i need to go buy. Damn....


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