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Old 01 March 2014, 14:53   #21
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Wait until you come across a dual mass that has frozen where you can't access the bolts Although a plasma cutter makes short work of it, a grinder can get the job done.
I ground this one off kin nightmare. Hence why it's now modded to adapter kit
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I was the clutch plate I am so lucky not to roll around under the car
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I was the clutch plate I am so lucky not to roll around under the car
It was the clutch plate
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I was the clutch plate I am so lucky not to roll around under the car
Yep can not beat a ramp.

Gld you are sorted cheap fix to
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nugent how did you get on with yours
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You might be lucky and the clutch disk broke. Never hurts to be hopefull
Consider yourself lucky! Weird that the clutch pedal was still functioning. Where was the disk broken at? Got a photo? I am curious.
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All done. Not to Bad really. Converted it back to std clutch,, an not really complain 140 k on original clutch

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Consider yourself lucky! Weird that the clutch pedal was still functioning. Where was the disk broken at? Got a photo? I am curious.
theres nothing left of this , bare metal plate
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I am amazed you didn't have plenty of warning the clutch was failing. That should have been slipping and smelling for a long time. Oh well it was a cheap repair on a maintenance item.
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