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AaronM AaronM is offline
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Originally posted by Dark Skies
Is this true? The refinishing of the flywheel, I mean. I've done numerous clutch replacements on other cars and, after examining the surface to check for scoring or blued areas caused by overheating, happily put on a new clutch with no problems whatsoever (after using a proper alignment tool, obviously)
I've never done it without refinishing the flywheel. Mind you, re-finishing is not the same thing as correcting major wear irregularities, just a light going-over to sort of "buff out" normal wear from the clutch.
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Old 01-08-2006, 04:02 PM
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