Jerry, if you're drumming up a concept, no issue. If it turns out that there's enough interest on a continuing basis, they, yeah, head for the vendors forum and work it there. It's fine here as-is.Stephejl said:If this is too commercial for here I apologize and will delete it. I try to make a little money in the shop along the way while always offering things well below market rate.
My guess would have been the opposite, that the felt prevents debris (clutch dust) from reaching the clutch slave cylinder, which may contribute to its failure??aa3jy said:..is designed to prevent the migration of debre and contaminates along the push rod(an update-with a groove cut)from reaching the clutch plate.
Velomaxx said:I don't know what pricing you are considering, but I know it took me about 30 minutes with a grinder to cut the hole in a 17 dollar socket. If you don't have the grinder, goggles, vise, room, etc. it is definitely worthwhile to be able to buy one. It is kind of a showstopper without it, for this and other jobs.
Seems obvious that, as more of these bikes age, there will be more need for these repairs.