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Has anyone had problems with the extension spring coming off on the hays clutch.This is in the multi slider mode.
 

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I have never had any issues with mine.


If they are coming off, are you certain that they are fully engaged when installling?
Are the ends of the hook breaking off or just coming off?

Did you have some come off or just asking?
 

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Nuts to adjust stall and the extension springs together?

I know you can run these things all kinds of ways, but I have never used these together. Always used the nuts for slider mode to adjust stall.

Extension springs are for hand slider or lockup to get higher stall.... thinking as I type, I suppose you could set nuts soft to have gentle hit, then lock up higher in rpm?

Would love to hear the rest of your combination and how you are applying the clutch. You just never stop learning these things !!!!

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Did you talk to Tim? He is always willing to help. I'm also wondering about how you have it set up. Is it in slider mode or multistage?
 

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Yes i have sent tim mail and he said he will get back with me. The set up i have is multi slider mode, by adding the extension spring it let those arms come in later down the track.
 

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Please keep us posted about this issue.
 

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Not being mean,but you didnt put them in the top hole did you?
 

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Yes i did, my instructions show that you can use top and bottom if more delay is needed, but i am only useing one spring so the bottom may be the better place to install it. Thanks for the input , I will check to see if there is more clearence at the bottom.:2thumbs:
 

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with the original lockup arms that had 2 6 mm holes at the top sometimes people would stick a extension spring in those because it was easier for then to insert the spring into the larger hole, i have seen a few springs come off when doing this and instructions were sent out not to do this

with the new T3 lockup arm we have eliminated one of the 6mm holes at the top and spaced out the 3mm holes for the extension springs.

the T3 has a 3mm hole at the top that you can insert the extension spring into.

i have heard of 3 cases last year out of 150 clutch kits sold where a spring came off or broke,this is a rare occurrence.

we manufacture springs in batches of 1000 pieces so we can assure it is not defective material.

as i stated in your email send me the spring type you need and i will forward you a new set

thank you
tim
 

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with the original lockup arms that had 2 6 mm holes at the top sometimes people would stick a extension spring in those because it was easier for then to insert the spring into the larger hole, i have seen a few springs come off when doing this and instructions were sent out not to do this

with the new T3 lockup arm we have eliminated one of the 6mm holes at the top and spaced out the 3mm holes for the extension springs.

the T3 has a 3mm hole at the top that you can insert the extension spring into.

i have heard of 3 cases last year out of 150 clutch kits sold where a spring came off or broke,this is a rare occurrence.

we manufacture springs in batches of 1000 pieces so we can assure it is not defective material.

as i stated in your email send me the spring type you need and i will forward you a new set

thank you
tim
Now that's standing behind your product:applause: Tim's the man.
 
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