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Old 05-19-2015, 01:20 PM   #176
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I got the Exedy Mach 400 11" unit yes.


Steeda is dramatically cheaper than AM on this unit right now btw...


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That's the 11" clutch, part number is correct for the 11. I get a military discount from Steeda too... probably should have ordered my clutch from them at these prices instead of AM lol.
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Old 05-19-2015, 09:58 PM   #177
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Read some great reviews on the clutch, it is 11" all I need now is my ford bearing and I should(hopefully) be back in business, when I pulled the trans today, it looks like I broke a clutch fork, too bad, will post pictures tomorrow when I'm back at the shop


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That's crazy your clutch fork died! Did your fork still have the counterweight on it? I debated taking it off, but decided to leave it lol. Kinda wondering if it had a purpose other than maybe making it easier to push in the pedal..?

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That's crazy your clutch fork died! Did your fork still have the counterweight on it? I debated taking it off, but decided to leave it lol. Kinda wondering if it had a purpose other than maybe making it easier to push in the pedal..?

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It's actually bent, but I meant tooth not fork, lol


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It's actually bent, but I meant tooth not fork, lol


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Oh, like one of the pressure plate fingers?


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Yeah, I've never done a clutch before and wouldn't be able to tell what was wrong with one so im guessing that's what it is, should be picking the bearings up Friday from Fullerton ford


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Yeah, I've never done a clutch before and wouldn't be able to tell what was wrong with one so im guessing that's what it is, should be picking the bearings up Friday from Fullerton ford


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Old 05-20-2015, 09:25 PM   #183
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Well, my throw out bearing is f****d, clutch is going to be here next Wednesday, Mcleod recommended machining the flywheel, I just want this car back on the road 😔


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Wow never seen that before... holy ****... Yeah you need to resurface or replace your flywheel and use an OEM bearing this time.
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Old 05-20-2015, 11:19 PM   #185
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Wow never seen that before... holy ****... Yeah you need to resurface or replace your flywheel and use an OEM bearing this time.
I got the Mcleod Lightened Steel Fly wheel as well as the clutch, Im going to resurface and keep the stock clutch and flywheel as a back up so the car wont be down if something happens again, spart parts are always a good thing

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Wow never seen that before... holy ****... Yeah you need to resurface or replace your flywheel and use an OEM bearing this time.
I got the Mcleod Lightened Steel Fly wheel as well as the clutch, Im going to resurface and keep the stock clutch and flywheel as a back up so the car wont be down if something happens again, spare parts are always a good thing
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Haha, maybe that's why the Mach got wrecked. He couldn't engage the clutch, get it out of gear and stop.

F that! If you bought a new flywheel with your clutch, put that sum ***** in there. You already have it in hand and it will outlast your new clutch. It's possible your existing flywheel has already been resurfaced once.
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Haha, maybe that's why the Mach got wrecked. He couldn't engage the clutch, get it out of gear and stop.

F that! If you bought a new flywheel with your clutch, put that sum ***** in there. You already have it in hand and it will outlast your new clutch. It's possible your existing flywheel has already been resurfaced once.
So true, my clutch, flywheel and cable kit will be here next Wednesday, I got the cheapest shipping thinking it would be a couple days not 8. Too late to change now, oh well...
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got some goodies today, will be installing them tonight and tomorrow and picking the throw out bearing up tomorrow from ford. Stealership got me!
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Clutch is in, and car is back together, can't wait to finish breaking this in, im thinking suspension, I wanna go for a good street car, not strip and more towards track but not to agressive, think I'm pickig up a staggered set of bullets, just got sell my mach wheels and my other bullets... Anyone interested?


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If you want handling don't go staggered. 9" wide all around. Spacer the back if you want the flush look.

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