Chongqing Yonghan Machinery Processing Co., Ltd.
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10 sets|
|Packaging Details:||Normal Export package|
|Delivery Time:||5 work days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||20000 Set/Sets per Week|
|Warranty:||1 Year||Quality:||100% Tested|
clutch housing assembly,
motorcycle clutch cover
Steel Shinny Scooter Clutch Parts Housing , 5YP LC135 Motorcycle Racing Clutch Box
The replacement and repair of motorcycle clutch need to dismantle the engine box, which is complex and time-consuming.The existing maintenance market often has the phenomenon that the unqualified clutch can not be used or the service time is very short, and it is not durable.It is time-consuming and laborious for repeated disassembly and repair, which seriously affects the user experience and the work efficiency of the repair technician.
In order to avoid this kind of phenomenon, our company launched "Yonghan" brand upscale products!The qualified rate of products will reach "one hundred percent", and the normal service life of each product will be extended by 30%!At the same time, the products have super high cost performance ratio, which makes users feel at ease and the repairmen feel comfortable.
|Product Name:||135cc Clutch Box from China, motorcycle engine parts clutch|
|Package:||Normal Export package, and if customer have special request on packing, we can do accordingly|
|Delivery time:||5 days accordint to detailed order|
|Payment:||30% deposits, 70% balance before shipment|
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Chongqing Yonghan Machinery Processing Co., Ltd. was established in 2003 which is specialized in manufacturing motorcycle clutch assembly and spare parts with complete varieties and most reasonable price in China mainland.
Our company owns tens of equipment for processing and testing.The total area of workshop,warehouse and office building is about 10000 square meters.There are 200 staff in our company,including 20 professionals.The company's main products are: GY6-50,GY6-90,GY6-125,C100,CY80,T100,T125,DK100ADX125,FY100,WIN100,DX110,DX125,982,983,GS125,CG125,CG150,CG200,CG250,CG260,CB200,CB250,CBF150,CBT125,LF175,GF125,GN250,ATV250,ATV400,BAJAJ100,BANAJ180,TVSN35,TVSN45,YH162 for clutch assembly and parts. We have aboundant resources of motorcycle engine accessories and established a long-term cooperative relationship with famous domestic enterprises.
Our products have exported to Parkistan,Iran,Egypt ,India,Burma,Indonesia, Vietnam,Thailand,The Philippines,Brazil,Bolivia etc., whitch covers more than twenty countries including south-east Asia,Middle- East,South America and Africa.
With the company's development and strength of production capacity, we heartily hope that we can have long relations of cooperation with the vast number of peers and customers.We could providing products with high quality and services for customers adhering to the realistic,innovative,beneficial,and win-win faith.
Because of reliable quality and reasonable price, our products have been highly favored of the majority of customers.
YH brand advantage:
1.OEM service & competitive price
2.Reliable transfer torque
3.Steady force transmission
4.Long service life & wearable
5, Quickly heat dissipation
6, No jumping and rushing feature
7, Extremely precise technology and strictly test before shipment
Knowledge of Motorcycle Clutch
The clutch is one of those devices that we use all the time but barely think about. In theory it’s so simple - it’s just a method of allowing the rider to disengage the power from the rear wheel, so the engine can spin while the bike sits still.
But in the early days of motorcycling some bikes didn’t bother with clutches and if you ever get a chance to ride one it’s worth doing. Ye Gods they’re tricky. Every start is a bump start and stopping entails either stalling, or lifting your weight off the saddle so the rear tyre can gently spin (they weren’t big on tyre traction in them days). Plus of course, there are no gears - you can’t have them without a clutch.
Most motorcycle clutches are manual (ie not in an automatic gearbox), wet (they run in oil) and multi-plate (multiple friction surfaces are used), so let’s look at those. The basic idea is that the power from the engine turns a disc shaped like a big washer with a large hole in the middle. That’s a clutch plate. If the rider wants the power to go to the back wheel they let out the clutch lever, which allows springs to push the plate onto another plate that is connected to the rear wheel via the gearbox and chain. As friction between to two plates builds up, so more power is transmitted to the rear wheel, until the plates are locked and maximum power goes from engine to tyre.
It gets complicated with bikes because space is so tight in across the frame 4-cylinder engines. If you were to have just two clutch plates, they would have to be massive to have enough surface area to create the friction necessary to transmit the power. So most bikes have multi-plate clutches.
With these, the principle is the same, but instead of two big plates, there can be over 10 smaller ones. Half of them will be connected to the crankshaft (either directly on the end of the crank, or turned by a primary drive gear), and half are connected to the gearbox input shaft. The crankshaft plates have friction material attached to their faces and use tabs on their rims to lock into the clutch housing (that’s the bit that usually gets driven by the crank). The gearbox plates are plain steel and have teeth on their inner circumference which slot onto the gearbox shaft.
The two types of plate are alternated, so that both sides of all except the end ones get used to create friction. When you release the clutch lever you release the clutch springs, which push on a plate (called a pressure plate) which evenly forces the clutch plates together.
How many clutch plates? Well, it’s a trade-off. It depends how much power you need to transmit (more power = more plates), how big the plates are (smaller = more plates), what your friction material is like (more slippy = more plates), and the strength of the clutch springs (weaker = more plates). Massive power in a compact bike can mean a heavy clutch.
Given the importance of friction in all this, it might seem odd that most clutches run in a lubricant – engine oil. The answer is that friction creates heat which can easily destroy the friction material, and oil helps prevent your clutch from burning out. Wet clutches can take a lot of abuse or last for ages or indeed both.
It also means that all the other moving parts – the bushes, bearings and the plates themselves – move smoothly. But, inevitably, even specially-designed compounds of friction material aren’t hugely efficient in oil, so more plates are needed, which means more weight. Also, all that oil sloshing about saps power. Which brings us to…
Strandard exporting carton box packing:
Step1: Use plastic bag packing
Step2: Put it into a small carton box,one pcs one box
Step3: Put the small box into big carton box,one box 16pcs
Step4: Put the big carton box on the tray
Step5: Move into the ware house,waiting for deviery
1. About the price. Is this the final price?
The price is not the final price, It can be changed according to your quantity or package. When you are making an inquiry, please let us know the quantity you want.
2. Can I buy one of your products for samples?
Most of the samples are free. but the air freight is collect or you pay us the cost in advance
3. How could I know if the products version suitable for my market or not.
Tell me which products you are interested in, I will show you more detail images and information.
4. How do you make our business long-term and good relationship?
We keep good quality and competitive price to ensure our customers benefit.
We respect every customer as our friend and we sincerely do business and make friends with them.
Contact Person: Mr. Bob
Tel: +86 19522032986