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#1 (permalink) Old 03-07-2005, 03:24 PM
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My clutch makes a shity noise when pressed. I found out that it was the throw out bearing. I just ordered a brand new sachs clutch from a power seller on e-bay for 170 including shiping. First question am I stupid for getting it off e-bay? Second I wanted to install it myself however I found out from a manual that you need to take of the trany to get to the clutch. Is this a proffesionals only job or a good diy project.
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Also with all things considered is it better to stay with the stock 325 clutch if you are not running your car on the track.
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