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    I ran across a weird one the other day. I was starting to see a pattern of 270 stops on a lane over the past year. (averaged 1 per month) At first, I didn't think much about it...then I decided to get into it and see what was going on. I found the clutch latch ground down almost 1/4 inch. [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/frown.gif[/img] Didn't seem right to me. So I changed it because it caused the plunger lever to be too low on the back side and the spring too loose. After changing it, the plunger lever was being pushed down in the front enough to hit the casting on the 1:1 cover. [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif[/img] The plunger lever is the old style cast version. It turned out to be a Quality cover and the area over the 2:1 bearing is noticabley thicker. I changed the plunger lever to the newer stamped style and the problem has gone away. Has anyone else had this problem with the Quality 1:1 cover and the old style cast plunger lever?
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    Re: Quality 1:1 cover assy

    JBEES:
    You are not alone on that one, Not only that problem but a lot of times the holes on them don't line up. But there is one aftermarket cover even worse, in the area you were talking about. Believe the other covers name, had something to do with a particular direction.
    JMO
    Roscoe;
    rfm

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