I ride a 1958 Dominator 99 cafe racer, which I transferred to Germany last year. German MOT requires me to cover the clutch for safety of the rider. As a first measure I covered it with a steel sieve, wich was accepted, but I think, the task could be solved more elegantly. Pictures attached...
Has anyone seen a more appropriate solution and could give me a hint?
If you have a belt drive conversion then check out the alloy cover offered by RGM Motors, UK. Their part number for this item is 050248.
Many thanks, Philip! Yes, it is a belt drive conversion. I´d like to keep the present hand made alloy cover and just close/cover the hole for the clutch, maybe off the shelf, but even ideas for unconventional taylored solutions are welcome.
Will save the link to RGM.
How far does it have to come out? Perhaps you could use the rear hub trim disc with a grommet in the axle hole? I am of course assuming that you removed it from the wheel as most cafe racer builders did!
If you no longer have one, they arent too expensive to buy.
thumbs up! A great idea, as I think. The clutch center nut does come out one Inch max and that would fit. I will check if the diameter of the trim disc matches with the hole for the clutch, wich is appr. 18cm. Found already one on ebay, pic attached ... again, many thanks! Any more ideas are still most welcome. Will post any fitted result of a solution by end of month.