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I need a good clutch disk

I need a good clutch disk for an 85 model 944.......would one fit from any other year?

Old 08-29-2007, 04:56 PM
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Hi, 1983 through 1989 2.5 NA clutch disc will work as well as a 1987-1988 924S as well.
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Does anybody have one?
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Are you looking for a stock one?
I have a stock rubber centered one in good condition with life left in it from an '88 n/a.
Let me know.
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Let me see if I can get an aftermarket, but if not....how much?
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How's $30 shipped?
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Price is right,let me feel arounf a few days for a spring centered and if not I'll PM ya......
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I found a spring centered one, but will keep you in mind,you never know....
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If you are going to go through all that trouble to R&R the clutch why not spend the money and do it right the first time. It will be cheaper in the long run (you wont have to do it twice)
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Because I have about $100.00 but not $350. I have more time than money or sense.
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That's false economy. Replacing a clutch is a big job, lots of hours. You have 20 years of age; once you take this apart you will find more issues.

If / when you do replace it I would go with the spring loaded type rather than the rubber type. Rubber tends to age, rot and decay. This causes more problems. Don't know how long you plan to keep the car but the last thing I would want to do is tear this thing 18-24 months down the road to do it again.
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Because I have about $100.00 but not $350. I have more time than money or sense.
Save your money and wait.

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