The CANEV coupler does have 3 set screws, I think I'll loosen them up and
pay close attention when re-tightening, to see if I'm pushing it off
center. I'll also spin the motor up sans-coupler to see if there is any
wobble, it's been a while since I did that.
I don't plan on doing any clutch dumping
I plan on being very gentle.
The conversion is an '86 Toyota Pickup 22R
To seat the coupler I used a mallet and a block of wood, it was a pretty
tight fit. I'm sure that might horrify some, and others may have done
I had the flywheel and pressure plate balanced >together< because balancing
them at manufacture doesn't help when they become one spinning mass. It's
not going to hurt anyway
and then you add in a clutch disk ....
I'm starting to think I should have gone clutchless, but I went with the
CANEV kit for simplicity.
Thanks for the great discussion so far.
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