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JFairman JFairman is offline
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I've never tried spraying lube on the TO bearing sleave from outside a bellhousing.

I guess it could work or help for a while but I wouldn't use a high temperature high pressure spray grease because if you get any on the clutch disc it will slip forever.
A low temp spray grease like Wurth HHS 2000 or some spray on motorcycle chain lubes for o-ring chains that spray on thin so it will wick into a clearance and then thicken as the solvent quickly evaporates would possibly be best because it will eventually burn off the clutch disc and pressure plate as it slips if you get any on it.
Old 04-13-2010, 04:06 PM
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