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diefenbaker
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PostSubject: question to the tankers   question to the tankers Icon_minitime8/8/2019, 18:26

Can somebody remember what effort was needed (personal, hours) to repair/change the clutch of a Centurion tank?

thank you
Wolfgang
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PostSubject: Re: question to the tankers   question to the tankers Icon_minitime8/8/2019, 20:31

From memory, a long time ago, take the gearbox out, 45 minutes or so, maybe a little longer, with the clutch supported by either the official support bracket, or alternatively, a tin of compo cheese, attach the clutch lifting sling, unbolt from the main engine and lift it out, up to another 30 minutes in all.

A word of warning, I haven't actually carried out this procedure since 1972, so my memory may not be perfect, hope it helps.
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diefenbaker
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PostSubject: Re: question to the tankers   question to the tankers Icon_minitime8/8/2019, 21:29

Thank you very much.
It helps of course.
What I was interested in is the dimension in hours,
not the exact number of minutes.

Wolfgang
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