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TH700R4 Reverse drum problem

Hi i purchased a brand new reverse drum for my TH700R4
and i find out that the piston that is supposed to go inside
does not fit the same way,its floating !!!!
The clearance circled in red is thicker...what's the problem ?
and it seems like extra space,this is the NO CHECK BALL version,the original has a check ball
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ps : on the original drum it does fit very well


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the reverse input drum with the steel piston is an first design.

the drum you have purchased is the 2nd design , this uses an aluminum piston.
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so i won't be able to use it till i get the right piston ?
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so i won't be able to use it till i get the right piston ?

that would be correct.

You need thinner frictions , the bevelled style cushion too.


Springs and retainer are the same




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i will have to use the old drum,its pretty good
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