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Old 05-06-2012, 11:52 AM   #1
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So on my last mustang I'd changed out my clutch I just bought full assembly came with throw out bearing .. Question is if I just changed the clutch plate and throw out bearing would that be fine or should I change it all it's not the house that wares out its the plate what y'all think
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Hey! I just got a new clutch too and got new brake pads as well... According to my step-dad you should change the bearing too, or it will break...
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Yeah I was going to change throw out bearing and just the clutch pad I was wondering if that would be fine or should I get the housing to
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Put whatever is in the kit, if housing is not in there, then it is not necessary. You do need to change the rear main seal, which is separate and costs extra
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You live in Arkansas too?
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Put whatever is in the kit, if housing is not in there, then it is not necessary. You do need to change the rear main seal, which is separate and costs extra
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You live in Arkansas too?
ALWAYS change the rear main when you do a clutch
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:06 PM   #6
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Yup around Jonesboro AR

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And you can buy just the plate and bearing
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