Re: [DML] Re: Clutch disc thickness
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Re: [DML] Re: Clutch disc thickness



I had this problem recently on a clutch job, and had to install an adjustable clutch link to compensate for the extra thickness.  


--- On Tue, 3/27/12, daveswingle2 <swingle_dmc@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


> If a new one is thicker you may have issues completely
> disengaging the clutch unless you cut less of a step in the
> flywheel or the pressure plate is designed to accomdate
> something thicker. It's a system. 
> 
> Dave S



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