Deadly, I see you are running the sp belt on that machine. I had put up a post stating that running a belt without the proper deflection will have major affects on machine in long run. The SP belt is only supposed to be run on ebs machines only, because they have the one way clutch. If the belt is not adjusted properly you will have motor mount issues, the machine will be hard to shift, It will be hard on the tranny and shift linkage, there could be belt breakage, It will cause premature wear on both clutches, and is hard on the crankshaft. Before Installing that I would check to make sure it has the proper tolerances on the clutch. Once any bushing or bearing comes apart on a clutch It has usually been spinning inside the clutch before grenading like it did causing tolerances to be out of spec. If you have any questions give me a call Just trying to help Dale!
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