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Old 02-19-2018, 03:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Coloradocurt View Post
Too bad that RockAuto doesn't seem to offer that OEM Honda clutch disc separately.
Easily resold but I understand your point.
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Old 02-19-2018, 11:38 AM
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Not a bad price overall! I just pieced together my own kit but would have gotten this one if I needed a pressure plate.

Thanks for sharing.
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I just ordered this kit and to be safe ordered a OEM Honda throw out bearing. Unlike OP, both of mine had model numbers.

I bought my OEM throwout bearing from the Amazon Honda store :
https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Honda-22810-PCY-003-Release-Bearing/dp/B00KTLJYYS

68scrg dse nachi for throw out bearing
6904nse nachi for pilot

They look identical( 100% same weight 1 lb, 11. 2 but FYI, my scale is iffy) for throwout(pilot in the mail) bearing with same codes(Pic below is Sachs) . Oddly, my flywheel plate has Honda logo painted over. Sachs definitely seems to be selling an OEM kit. I paid $405 total for the Sachs kit on ebay.





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Old 05-15-2019, 10:16 AM
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Really awesome find guys. Given that the eBay kit comes with an Nachi throw out bearing the eBay kit looks like a really solid value. If you purchased all the components of that kit separate at the lowest prices on eBay you're looking at around 500 USD.
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This is easily the most comprehensive clutch-kit I've seen yet (from LHT Performance) - axle bolts, rear main seal, sleeve, boot and all.
Just wondering if his price for the kit is good/fair though and not marked-up (you never know... it's a performance shop after-all)

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Old 05-16-2019, 07:38 AM
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He charges a little bit of a markup over a kit from Honda, but not much. Then again it's all conveniently in stock so if you take your car to him for a clutch job you know it will be done right, with all the necessary steps to have it good as new and last. To some, that convenience is worth a little extra.
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Is it common to upgrade the softer shaft bolts to the one LHT recommends for the AP1?
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Old 05-20-2019, 08:50 AM
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Shaft bolts need care when removing, as the AP1's are easy to strip. You can replace the factory bolts with mil-spec bolts, the only thing I know of with higher quality than OEM fasteners. Although mil spec bolts are standard size, not metric so not really possible.
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Has anyone contacted LHT or know how much they sell that complete kit for?
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Originally Posted by Slowcrash_101 View Post
Shaft bolts need care when removing, as the AP1's are easy to strip. You can replace the factory bolts with mil-spec bolts, the only thing I know of with higher quality than OEM fasteners. Although mil spec bolts are standard size, not metric so not really possible.

C12.9 allen bolts are pretty commonly available. McMaster carries them.
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