Write-Up: Flywheel and Clutch install

Discussion in 'How-To' started by ntinhri, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. ntinhri

    ntinhri Active Member

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    just unbolt it like g-man said!!
     
  2. Tapp

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    Nice write up man!!!! i know who im callin when i replace mine!:top:
     
  3. 09_xrated_barcelona

    09_xrated_barcelona MR. XRATED

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    very nice write up
     
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    good write up bro thanks:top:
     
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    the only thing I would add is to those that don't have an air tool.... all you will need is a breaker bar to break those bolts loose on the flywheel and a breaker bar on the crank pulley bolt to hold the flywheel from spinning and that is how you will break them loose. :top:
     
  6. ntinhri

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    If u don't have air, its a great time to visit harbor freight. Lol
     
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    You can take off the TOB a lot easier than messing with the clips. the fork just comes right off just give it a tug on the ball mount side on it comes right off pull of old TO put on new TOB easy. done this twice so far and going to put in a new TOB next month the over sized one i hope that one works a lot better
     
  8. ntinhri

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    I miss the good ol days!
     
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    Great write up. Is there a pilot bearing in the flywheel? Stealership said that it didn't have one.
     
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    I believe we do not have a pilot bearing.

    If I buy a clutch and flywheel who wants to help install? :biggrin:
     
  11. uglyduck

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    No alignment tool and no pilot bearing..... nice.....
     
  12. triple6

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    I hope I have headers when i do my clutch haha
     
  13. ntinhri

    ntinhri Active Member

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    Selflessness bump
     
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    How do you know when all the air is out? and when you say the bleed screw are you referring to the bleed nipple on the slave cylinder?
    thanks Gadget.
     

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