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When customer’s foot is off the pedal, the integrated springs push the Clutch Plates against the disc, which thus presses against the flywheel. This process bolts the motor to the transmission input shaft, making them turn at a similar speed. The measure of power the plates can hold relies upon the grinding between the grasp plate and the flywheel, and how much power the spring puts on the weight plate. When the Clutch Plates are squeezed, a link or pressure driven cylinder pushes on the discharge fork, which presses the toss out bearing against the center of the diaphragm spring.