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Old April 9th, 2017, 11:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Luk Clutch install Question (solved)

I will start by thanking anyone that will answer this thread. I'm in the process of installing a new clutch on my 4G GT and want to be sure the the disk is siting on the pressure plate in the right way. the question rises when i was going to remove the existing pressure plate and notice that the disk is extremely close to the flywheel.

should it site like image A or B ? A is the top image and B bottom image

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let me try this one more time

51 views and not one post, maybe i did not enplane myself correctly. Hopefully some can shed some light i have had the trani out for 2 days and just can not find an image or anything not even the manual. it has some genetic image off a disk for the GT with springs witch makes no scene because the disk has no springs.



i installed it this way because it has a bit more space between the flywheel and the disk. i just want to make sure it correct. if it be any other disk it would be straightforward but this disk has no springs and the diffidence from one side and the other is minimal.

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mystery solved :)

took a second look at the manual and even thou it used a genetic image on the overview of the clutch when i took a closer look at 21c-3 section of the manual there is an image that has the information i needed. and here it is just in case someone my need some day. as you can see in the illustration the flange should be facing the flywheel witch was my interpretation in the first place confirming that the disk had been on backwards. but functioned well


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