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Re: T5 Clutch change on 1988 TC - Any Helpful Hints/Tricks or advise?

I'm running the centerforce dual friction clutch and PP  and  It keeps

my .03 cents

chuck taylor
one BAD SVO road racer/trailer queen!
On Wed, 4 Feb 1998 20:37:12 -0500 (EST) "Scott Shidel..."
<shidel@suntan.eng.usf.edu> writes:
>On Wed, 4 Feb 1998, Floyd wrote:
>> This is my first TC /T5 clutch Change, but not the first time I've
>> changed a clutch. I've changed bout 8-10 different clutches on FWD 
>> RWD cars. I was just wondering if their is any weird thing to look 
>> for or do. I ordered the Centerforce II clutch/disk/TO bearing. 
>Step one...send back the Centerforce and stick with the 9 1/4"
>stocker...if you are lookin for some serious bite, get a puck clutch 
>esslinger or racer walsh, but i doubt you need it...
>> Of course I'm sending the flywheel out to be ground. Are there any
>While your back there and have the flywheel out, CHANGE THE FREEZE 
>There is one back there, and its prolly kinda old....My freind did a 
>swap on a wweekend, and the clutch and all looked fine...one Wed he 
>bitchin about bad chatter....so 5 days after the trans swap, he was at 
>house witht he car in the air, changing the freeze plug and clutch, as 
>water ruined his(centerforce, coincidentally).
>One tip of adcive to make the job easier...after taking off the X 
>and drive shaft, remove the four bolts holding the trans to the
>bellhosing.  its easier to drop the trans then the bellhousing than to 
>and wrestle the whole freakin thing.
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