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Stormer clutch

Stormer clutch

Postby J. M. Leadbeater » Mon Nov 02, 2015 5:29 am

Is there anyone out there with an AJS Stormer who can tell me ....
1. The outside diameter and thickness of the diaphragm spring.
2. the diameter of the raised lip(pressure line) on the pressure plate.
Curiousity has I fear once again got the better of me .......

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Re: Stormer clutch

Postby L.A.B. » Mon Nov 02, 2015 7:04 am

I'm not sure if we have any Stormer-owning members here (probably more on the AJS & Matchless forum) but I suspect the gentlemen at AJS Motorcycles might know.

http://www.jampot.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=25

http://www.ajsmotorcycles.co.uk/#!http- ... html/yhxa0

http://www.ajsmotorcycles.co.uk/
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Re: Stormer clutch

Postby SteveA » Thu Nov 05, 2015 7:52 am

L.A.B. wrote:I'm not sure if we have any Stormer-owning members here (probably more on the AJS & Matchless forum) but I suspect the gentlemen at AJS Motorcycles might know.

http://www.jampot.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=25

http://www.ajsmotorcycles.co.uk/#!http- ... html/yhxa0

http://www.ajsmotorcycles.co.uk/


I am pretty that gentleman Norman White also knows, since Stormer sized parts are the basis of the belt drives he makes.
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Re: Stormer clutch

Postby lcrken » Thu Nov 05, 2015 12:21 pm

In the two Norman White belt drive Commando clutches I have using the AJS bits, the diameter of the spring is 5.24", and the thickness is .074". The diameter of the raised area on the pressure plate is 4.162" on one pressure plate and 4.650" on the other. The 4.162" one looks like the original, with a narrow raised ring at the top of tapered areas on the inner and outer edges of the plate. The 4.650" one looks like it started out like the other one, but has been machined down on the top, and instead of a raised pressure ring, the top is flat out to where it starts to taper down at the edge.

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Re: Stormer clutch

Postby Von Dutch » Mon Nov 23, 2015 2:10 pm

I'm new here but since this relates to the AJS Stormer clutch I am trying to rebuild a early 1969 250.
I am having trouble getting the center nut off that holds the cable pull onto the center the clutch.
Any tips? Barely any room and I can't get a socket on it. Thanks for any reply.
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