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An electric cltch will work. There are numorous applications and you'll need to select one made for your shaft size, direction of rotation, belt size, and pulley dia. The new cltches that seem to "float" on the crankshaft have a small metal tab located some where on the engine or frame that engages a slot or a chian repair link engages a hole, depending on the design of the clutch. This keeps the coil from rotateing and tearing the wires loose. My cameras down or I could give you some shots of diff. clutches.

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