I use dalton helix's in about 95 percent of the clutch kits i make. the helixs retail for a good amount of money over something from other companys like slp who can sell a helix for 79 dollars vs 119 dollars.
but, when you look at the two helix's side by side. one the dalton is a gorgouse looking helix, with a stainless steel hub and coated outside bearing surface. there is also more anlge for your money. some of the aftermarket helixs may say 50-36, but there amount of 50 degrees is so short that by the time you get to 15 mph you are basically on a 36 degree helix.
sometimes you get what you pay for, and with helixs it is one of them times.
I have to give 2 good thumbs up for there clutch parts.
If the boner police are here I need a lawyer.
in a time of deciet telling the truth is a revolutionary act. george orwell.
aint no body ripin like me. M to the a-d-c-o-w. rock it hard for my fly ladies. I rock it yes in deed
. homies still roll with me. money dont change me
nothing goes like 3 holes.
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