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Old 01-23-2015, 03:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Daytona-Dave View Post
Good write up and nice clear photo's
Get it printed out ray for the next time you do one
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Great write up and excellent clear pictures. it still looks like hard work on axle stands but credit to you for doing such a good job.

Still tempted to take mine to TGM when it needs a clutch
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Top job on this guide. I went to TGM and they did the whole job in just over 2hrs! They just loosened the subframe and dropped the gearbox enough to get it off. Barely any disconnections were made!

Fair play doing it on the floor, that some impressive dedication! For some reason I got excited over comfy shoes too??
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Old 01-25-2015, 07:57 AM
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With multiple people, a lift and a fair bit of experience, I'm sure it's doable!

I have weird shaped feet, so comfortable shoes are a luxury!
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Originally Posted by Doyal View Post
That is an awesome guide! And the reason I will pay somebody to change mine when the time comes !!
I can only echo this!
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Good guide!
I would add on re-assembly that a good smear of high temperature grease, on the input shaft, pressure plate fins and clutch fork. Will make the clutch feel 100 times smoother !
Also adjusting the clutch free play will make the clutch. And putting fresh clutch fluid in and gravity bleeding.
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