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I bought a used secondary clutch for a 96 zr 580 efi. When I put the "new" clutch on the spacing w/ the stack of washers is different. There are about 5 small washers that tighten down on the large spacer that slide onto the shaft. There are 2 larger washers that look like they are there to tighten around the key way but one of them is still loose. What is the right way to do this?
 

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There is an alignment tool to get it right. But you can remove the large washers and add 1/4" washers to the bolt, and let it Float!
 

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You are trying to make sure the clutches are properly aligned so that the belt does not have any twist going between the two clutches. As KC said, you should have a little float in the secondary. The proper offset tool is a great addition to your toolbox to allow perfect alignment of the clutches. The tool will pay for itself in belts you don't have to buy from mis-aligned clutches!
 
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