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cover plate

Postby alpine_64 » Wed Nov 21, 2007 11:36 pm

Hi everyone. My Tiger has a Lakewood bell housing and cover plate, I
notice it has 3 holes in the front of the cover plate.
Is this for inspection? cooling? It seems that it would allow dirt, dust and
moistureinto the flywheel, should i cover the holes?

see the pic:

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Michael King
1963 Alpine SII
1965 Alpine SIVGT
1965 Tiger MKI
1966 Tiger MKIA

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Postby gtsmrt » Fri Nov 23, 2007 6:36 am

Hi Michael,

Have you contacted the previous owner to find out whether the holes should be covered or for what reason they are there?

Regards, Robin.
Robin O'Dell

Alpine series IVa - B94101887 OD RRO (92)
Tiger MK 1a - B382001324 LRXFE

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Postby T-GRRR » Fri Nov 23, 2007 3:37 pm

I've had a Lakewood bellhousing like that on my Tiger for about 15 years with the holes open and no problems. I think they are to help with cooling the clutch.
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