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I know many people already have 30mm HV Weights, so I wonder if they can run them in this sheave?
Without the spacer maybe??
I have 3 sets myself and planned on testing mixed weights later, so that came to mind.

Not a lot of info put out by Weller along the lines of installs/reviews. In fact, if it wasn't for this forum I bet hardly anyone would know about this product.
The Weller sheave has been specifically cut for the 31 mm weights. I would not use any other diameter weight.
 

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Next!!! Checked ratio and it’s rough two and half turns at stock! See pictures for where I marked and the primary ended up after two full turns!
 

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Ok now to remove primary sheave! I did remove the drivers side rear passenger foot well support!
 

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Sliding primary!! Notice the ring of dirt just inside cover!!! Minor rust marks in cover!!
 

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Don’t feel any sharp edges on plate!!
 

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All cleaned up!! No edge just shinned up!!
 

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Don’t feel any sharp edges on plate!!
Notice how the grease level is flush to slightly higher than the Cam Plate edge.
I think that is more important than having a 'exact' quantity of lube.
Yes, it's a grease bed for roller slap, but also a movable seal and filter media as it collects wear/debris and keeps the roller path clear IMHO.
 

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Bagged up stock parts!! Sliders and weights!!
 

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Do you see any bevels on cam plate or scalping on weights ?
Primary looks pretty clean :D :D
 

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Do you see any bevels on cam plate or scalping on weights ?
No the shinny was there but nothing you could feel with yo ur nail! Feels glass smooth. Also the weight I could see slight mark but did not feel like a flat spot I even rolled it in a piece of glass and could not feel a flat spot.
 
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Cool, everything looks pretty good (y)(y)(y)
 
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Boy I hope that isn’t to much grease!!
 

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Looks about right.
When installed and before the Carriage cage is installed, I like to cycle it and get the grease flowed out into the bed of the sheave.
I go as far as to pull it back off, open and inspect. Just impacting 1 nut and a few little grease cover screws for peace of mind.
Something to think about.
 

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Originally, I think Yamaha put a tad to much in mine, but it still ran good.
How's that Carriage Bearing look? Mine was horrid...lol
 

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Originally, I think Yamaha put a tad to much in mine, but it still ran good.
How's that Carriage Bearing look? Mine was horrid...lol
I don’t have a seal puller but it wasn’t awful I guess! Had some tan looking grease almost in there!! I took a dental pick with some cut off qtip ends and wiped it all out good and the. Proceeded to use TinkSeal in the gaps. See picture! Hope I did it right. Now waiting on my buddy to get home so I can take the secondary over and yank that apart quick!
 

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One thing I can comment on. A couple sliders went on a little snug And wouldn’t seat all the way down on the cam plate. I had to pop them off and just put them right back on seemed to help. The dried TinkSeal the sliders came with appeared to “gum up” the groves where it slides on the cam plate. I’m sure this is common so I worked through it.
 
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Well my friend had to work over so I had to rig something to remove spring !! Lol hahaha check this out!
 

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