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    slipping clutch 6 puk

    hi all now the clutch started slipping on the way back from midlands jst as a got to the m3 god damm traffic so it happened about a week ago lasted all week but was getting bad so 2day was the strip down and have a little looky
    here are the pics few other things need doing the left gearbox mount has gone my engine mount has gone poly bush one so just ordered vibra tech one center prop bearing rubber gone and gearbox feels very rough so will just get 2nd hand one getting the 6 puk refurbed 2morra and got to order the friction disc on the flywheel
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    Looks like you had the best out of that chap

    Good job you have one of those fancy flywheels and can just replace the friction bit

    Is the spigot bearing as bad as it looks as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stal1878 View Post
    Looks like you had the best out of that chap

    Good job you have one of those fancy flywheels and can just replace the friction bit

    Is the spigot bearing as bad as it looks as well?
    ummm dont know didnt check

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    Nice work, I want to do this was it hard work to get off? Any tips

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickle View Post
    Nice work, I want to do this was it hard work to get off? Any tips

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    remove gearbox or clutch assb and flywheel?

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    i need to replace my clutch soon, so whatever is involved in doing that

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    how to remove gearbox you need to remove exhaust then remove the gearbox mount 13mm nuts x4 and two at the top jack one rear wheel up so you can spin the propshaft to get on the bolts that are 18mm head and 17mm nut then remove two 13mm nuts holding the center prop bearing rubber in place then bunge the front part off the propshaft to the n/s of the car then follow the gearstick rods one is just snap clips but the other one is abit fiddly use flat head remove slave nuts 2 13mms then the switch plug on the side of the box then the bellhousing bolts are E12 and E14 there is two on the n/s at say 10.30 and 11 they are the starter bolts 17mm open end spanner from under the car for the one at 10.30 but the one at 11 the only way i could see to get on it was to remove intake then with a flat head or pry bar just wiggled the box out

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    Nice work

    I've heard them paddle clutches are an arse to drive about town... You driven yours yet, whats it like ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferret View Post
    Nice work

    I've heard them paddle clutches are an arse to drive about town... You driven yours yet, whats it like ?
    yeah its been in there since i had the motor but the guy before me well abused the clutch so bite point was right at the top but when he 1st had it done it was hard to get to grips with but after about 30mins of driving round town got the hang of it.The grip it has is just bite on or off very good for traffic light racing so i dont think its that bad but its all down to the driver i am in and out of motors all the time working as a mech for a hire place

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    Yea they are on or off

    Like most things you get used to them.
    I drive a fair few vehicles for work and so never get used to any one thing.

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