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post #1 of 23 Old 01-14-2016, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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friction disk rubber came off

So i have one of these one piece friction disk off a craftsman that the rubber came off the metal disk, I guess the only fix is a new friction disk?
Has anyone tried anything to attach these back on?

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post #2 of 23 Old 01-14-2016, 06:46 PM
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get a new assembly, an attempt to fix it will be wasted time and dreaded shoveling ! jmo

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Replace it. Buy new.

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replace it. buy new...i bought 2, so i didnt have to wait for shipping next time and have one on hand

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Dude - I hate it when my rubber slips off!! :>P LOL - sorry I could resist



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Thats what my plan was to buy new, guess I will see if they have one in stock tomorrow
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Get an OEM disc if possible. I bought an aftermarket one at NAPA and the rubber peeled off after about 15 minutes of use. Horrible quality.

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"If you're going to do something, do it right the first time" -words my old man told me growing up, and still to this day.
I'd say it applies quite well to your situation...buy new and [hopefully] don't worry about it for some time to come

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Avoid the inevitable failure and frustrations a repaired disc will bring.
Buy a new one and avoid the grief a DIY repair will ultimately bring.
This is one of the main components in your drive line.

Trying to repair it would be like attempting to use a small diameter tree trunk to replace a driveshaft in a pickup truck.....it may work for short period, but soon you'll be right back under that truck installing what you should have installed to begin with......a real driveshaft.

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get a new one it will be cheap insurance.
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