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Why is my Triumph Herald breaking rotor arms?

Why is the engine killing my Triumph Herald's rotor arm? I'm now on my third in a matter of months.

Asked on 18 August 2010 by mattsdomino

Answered by Honest John
Must be the drive to the rotor arm. Failed bearing.
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