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Old 12-20-2002, 03:15 PM
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how do u know when its time to turn the flywheel im putting in a new clutch and my flywheel looks ok exept for slight skip marks do i need to turn this thing

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If you are going through the trouble of doing a clutch R&R, have the flywheel turned. Do the pilot bushing or bearing too. This is a job that should last 10 years. If you get it back together and it chatters, you will wish you had turned the flywheel. I take my clutches to my local machinist and he balances the flywheel and cover after he turns the flywheel. Cheap insurance I think, especially since this is a job I have to do on my back in the garage!
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