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Title: relining a prewar flywheel clutch
Post by: roger h on 18 Jan 2019 at 13:48
I'm looking for someone who can either supply the  parts or offer the service of relining the clutch on a prewar flywheel type Douglas clutch. Any ideas please?
Thanks,
Roger
Cumbria, UK
01229 585244
Title: Re: relining a prewar flywheel clutch
Post by: douglas1947 on 18 Jan 2019 at 14:59
Hi Roger,

if you will find nothing in UK I can find a solution (in Germany).

Michael
Title: Re: relining a prewar flywheel clutch
Post by: Andy Smith on 19 Jan 2019 at 09:31
Hi Roger
Saftek at chapel-en-le-frith will put a bonded lining on pretty much any surface but there's a firm that re cork plates pop up on facebook now and then but can't find a link if I find it I'll post it. Andy
Title: Re: relining a prewar flywheel clutch
Post by: eddie on 19 Jan 2019 at 10:49
Roger,
           Which sort of clutch plate have you got? Is it a cork insert plate (S6, etc.) or a 'Ferodo' disc plate? If it is 'Ferodo', Friction Services at Keynsham, Bristol should be able to help out - they used to supply the clutch and brake linings for the LDMCC spares scheme.

   Regards,
                 Eddie.
Title: Re: relining a prewar flywheel clutch
Post by: Andy Smith on 19 Jan 2019 at 19:08
Roger Try the clutchcorkcarvery Andy