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With helping groff with a few parts, there seems to be 3 different dampers. They all have the same numbers with a different letter attached. The 10v engines use the "A" damper, the 7a Uses the "C" damper, and the 3B uses the "G" damper. Does anyone know the real difference between them?
 

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So its just an offset difference?
 

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yodasfro said:
Yes 10v to 20v there is an offset difference.
Is that the only difference? I'm running a 10V damper on my 20V CQ,
but the only thing that's belt driven is the custom spaced A8 alternator.

Edit: Stupid me. I forgot that the 10V damper was machined 3mm...
 

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So you took a 10v damper, and machined it so it pulled the crank cog out 3mm. Interesting...
 

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DE80q said:
So you took a 10v damper, and machined it so it pulled the crank cog out 3mm. Interesting...
No. The 10V damper has more material on the TB cog side compared to the 20V damper. So you machine the 10V damper so that the V-belt groves line up with your 20V accessories.
 
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