Success, Converted 4 Stroke Belt Drive To Bearings

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Well the grease I chose is supposed to have resistance to flow at high
temp. These bearings are so small, the amount of grease in the
clutch cover is far less than how the tranny is supplied by the
manufacturer, which is a greased brass bushing. Eventually all
this grease flows out and the clutch sticks as the bushing
binds. Constant regreasing is required with the brass
bushing approach. It's a headache. It's so simple to
convert the drive to oilite bushings and bearings
that the manufacturer really should do it.
Oh yeah, 100% better than the manufacture
Thanks for detailing the Oilite mod as others have mentioned it in their threads but you showed how to do it (y)
The bearing conversion is also another good upgrade, I know it will help many who have that 4t clutch
 
Oh yeah, 100% better than the manufacture
Thanks for detailing the Oilite mod as others have mentioned it in their threads but you showed how to do it (y)
The bearing conversion is also another good upgrade, I know it will help many who have that 4t clutch
wait? where? i cant find the details on Oilite install.. pictures and order of bushing/washers etc.. Im trying help my buddy who needs his bike back on the road to pick up dog food etc :) 15mm straight shaft motor.. belt drive and 3 puck clutch and a worn out bronze bushing :)
 
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