Schwinngo, you might be surprised how strong JB Weld is. Like I said I used it on a couple LST's to convert to single speed for brushless conversions running 6s. I didn't use any screws, just removed the 2nd gear clutch (different design than yours) and filled the void with JB Weld. The LST have a spot on the shaft that's about 10mm diameter with 2 flat spots machined in it and that's what the JB Weld is contacting on the shaft. This is much less surface area for it to grip than your clutch and the inside of your gear isn't completely smooth either so it would have plenty to grip.
But I don't see what you see, only the crappy "drawings" instead of actual photos of the parts on the website. Are you trying to get the clutch secured to the shaft better? Just trying to save you from drilling and possibly breaking more drill bits as it could get more expensive than JB Weld! Lol
(Last edited by Overdriven : 8.17.17 at 5:11 pm)
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