I don't know if they'd actually come apart but I shot one down the driveway once at about a hundred miles per hour .
Ha after rebuilding 3rd 3750 I stepped outside the barn and fired it up without clutch cover, bar or chain. Well duh I am in a habit of hand tighten the clutch when put back on and then a tap of the wrench. I usually chain up and go make cuts to secure clutch on ( in my we brain anyways). Clutch drum was on.
Well being no clutch cover on and it idling I blipped the throttle
. All I seen was grenade effect. I actually followed one shoe straight up and out like a rocket. It came down and stuck in the dirt straight up. Center section was on it's own racing away.
I bribed my son to help me hunt for the other shoe and spring that went around shoes. Lesson learned.