Difference between revisions of "Demm starter plate"

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Here is a [[Puch]] starter plate on the left and a [[Demm]] one on the right
 
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And here is an angle shot showing the height difference between the two.
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Latest revision as of 14:22, 28 May 2018

The starter plate on a Demm is a little special. It has the friction material directly mounted to it. Luckily the shoes on a Demm clutch have friction material on there sides allowing you to use a plate that doesn't have friction material on it. A Puch starter plate will work but you will have to modify the locating pin for the roller bearing because the Demm crankshaft doesn't have an opening for it to go into. A starter plate from a Benelli should be a direct replacement and it even has friction material already installed on it.

20170328 204728.jpeg Here is a Puch starter plate on the left and a Demm one on the right


20170328 204738.jpeg And here is an angle shot showing the height difference between the two.