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Hi, I need to replace the clutch of my washer. It's the heavy duty version (6 pads). I also need

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Hi, I need to replace the clutch of my washer. It's the heavy duty version (6 pads). I also need to replace a broken driver brake cam. The cam is not sold separately. It only comes with the regular (3 pads) clutch kit. I was wondering if it was OK to install the regular version in place of the heavy duty. Would it work as well? Would that affect the performance of the washer? Thanks

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