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Author Topic: Spacer inbetween clutch bell and transmission covet  (Read 8512 times)
sutty86
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« on: January 09, 2017, 15:50:46 »

Right we all know I ask lots of questions
But not sure if there is suppose to be a spacer in between clutch bell and transmission cover as on my bike when I got it didn't have one.
But looking at the workshop manually bern provided they seems to be one and on the deutch spare parts site there is one.
But on fowler's and AJSutton
There's not one shown

At the moment
I have clutch bell, cover,washer and nut.
Not sure if I'm hearing this but I can hear a scrapping sound around clutch area of cover.
Not overly aggressive but hear it more when switching scooter off

https://www.ajsutton.co.uk/product/piaggio/827877/spacer?uid=0

Part looks like that I believe
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« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2017, 16:40:16 »

If they followed the 500 part throughout the range, early models had a spacer but later ones had the spacer tack welded to the clutch bell. So in effect they all had a spacer but some were a separate item, others had it as part of the bell. So I'd look on yours to see if it's welded on or missing. The parts diagrams will reflect current status so not show a separate washer.
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« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2017, 08:08:33 »

Sounds like the right set up you have there pull the clutch bell off and check your shoes as I've had a shoe spring go before now not snapped just stretched so it's not immediately clear to the eye check all the shoes are worn evenly especially to the leading edges that's the only thing I could think would create a scraping noise that end as the clutch bell it self is stationary and will only be turning if the the back wheel is spinning
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