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  • clutch clarification

    hi again guys...sorry to be such a frequent flyer here, but I sure appreciate being able to bounce stuff off the experts.
    my brain is perplexified and flummoxed over the two clutches on the top of the ball lifts...
    I have the book open to page 66, which shows the exploded view of the upper pulley assy.
    I also have two parts bags labelled with the part numbers and descriptions
    the tags say spring RH wound/LH side(#649) and LH wound/RH side(#650)
    this appears to me to be opposite of the book, which shows #649 on the left and left hand wound, which would be opposite wound..
    also, does the wind work just like a screw? twist a right wind into your finger tips to the right, and it will rotate into your hand, just like a screw...left wind just the opposite?
    I ask, because the parts in the bags have been here since before I came, so they could be mixed up...
    as always, thanks for your time!

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    Sorry I can't help with that your ball lifts are different so what I said before was prolly not totally correct.

    Ours are page 110 & 113.


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