B2a

With clutch disassembled from clutch hub and compensating sprocket disassembled from sprocket shaft as shown, determine spacer (6) thickness as follows:

Example

1. Measure from chain cover surface to clutch disc friction surface 2.000 in.

2. Add dimension to secure alignment (constant) 200 in.

4. Measure from chain cover surface to Timken Bearing Inner Race (1965-68)

or Shield Washer (1969) 2.773 in.

5. Subtract Total (Step 3) from measurement (Step 4) 2.200 in.

Spacers come in .516, .546, .576, .606, .636, and .666 thicknesses. In this case a .576 in. thick spacer would be used to obtain chain alignment.

1965-1968 Models

MEASUREMENT (No. 4)

MEASUREMENT (No. 1)

1969 Models

MEASUREMENT (NO. 1)

MEASUREMENT (NO. 4)

Figure 2B-2A. Determining Engine Sprocket Spacer Thickness to Secure Chain Alignment 2B-2B Revised: 5-68

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