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Hello!

I see no problem in using thinner spring-damped clutch disc as long as friction part is roughly as thich as old rubber-damped one. Only point of contact that clutch disc has is splined hole and friction surface. So as long as friction part is as thick as old one, you shouldn't have problems.

But if you bolted pressure-plate off center, your throwout arm will have hard time pulling the throwout bearing...it must be dead-center.
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