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I've always known how to adjust the spacers/washers to get the offset perfect on Cat driven clutches in the past -- with the alignment bar and getting the spacer and washers just right for a max float of 1 washer thickness -- but what is the trick to doing it with the new rubber o-rings that seat in each end of the driven clutch shaft? Sure, it's easy enough to check the offset with the alignment bar, but then how do you go about deciding how many spacer washers to use, and exactly where to place them? I'm a bit confused and lost with this as exactly to correctly do this in conjunction with the rubber 0-rings, since you don't have a "floating" clutch any longer. Thanks for any and all help! -- Roy
 
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