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Old 09-18-2015, 05:44 PM   #1
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Complete Parts List For 20 year old clutch

Can you tech heads/mechanics tell me what is found worn out or busted when car is up in the air ready for a clutch replacement?
I do not want to just replace a clutch kit and T/O & pilot bearings.
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maybe the transmission output seal. rear axle seal since the driveshaft is off. 02 sensors if you never get underneath it. rear main. change tranny fluid. check your oil pan gasket for leaks (requires removal of k member)
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maybe the transmission output seal. rear axle seal since the driveshaft is off. 02 sensors if you never get underneath it. rear main. change tranny fluid. check your oil pan gasket for leaks (requires removal of k member)
Thank You, I think I have everything covered on that end.
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Re-surface or replace flywheel?
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Things to do when the car is on the hoist:
-Clutch Fork
-TOB Sleeve
-Flywheel resurface
-Check Trans input shaft for abnormal play (not all play is abnormal IIRC)
-Remove/replace ANY AND ALL rusty bolts that you can get at under the car. I h8 rusty boltz so just do it for me :p lol
-Starter and/or solenoid. At least put corrosion protection on the connections
-Inspect Brake lines
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TOB sleeve is one that might need doing but might not, depends on the shape its in and the mileage. The 96-98 T45s do not age well internally or externally so hopefully yours is in decent shape.

Otherwise:

-New Pilot bearing
-New TOB
-New Flywheel
-Good clutch like an Exedy Mach 400

That's really all that there is unless you need to do your rear main.
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scottydsntknowTOB sleeve is one that might need doing but might not, depends on the shape its in and the mileage. The 96-98 T45s do not age well internally or externally so hopefully yours is in decent shape.

Otherwise:

-New Pilot bearing
-New TOB
-New Flywheel
-Good clutch like an Exedy Mach 400
That's really all that there is unless you need to do your rear main.[/QUOTE]
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Panther140 Things to do when the car is on the hoist:
-Clutch Fork
-TOB Sleeve
-Flywheel resurface
-Check Trans input shaft for abnormal play (not all play is abnormal IIRC)
-Remove/replace ANY AND ALL rusty bolts that you can get at under the car. I h8 rusty boltz so just do it for me :p lol
-Starter and/or solenoid. At least put corrosion protection on the connections
-Inspect Brake lines
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straybullitt Re-surface or replace flywheel?[/COLOR]
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Thanks A Million!
~I have McLeod clutch, McLeod flywheel,FRPP TO & pilot bearings, MM clutch cable kit, throw out bearing retainer tube, clutch fork pivot ball stud, FRPP clutch fork.
~Have a new BREMBO package(rotors, pads, ect) with stainless brake lines and complete rebuild kits for all 4 wheels.
THANKS!! I WILL HAVE a starter replaced, trans input shaft checked for play, you guys helped in a HUGE way. I really appreciate it, means alot to me, Thank You, -Robb
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