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Old 08-30-2009, 10:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question buying a new clutch....??

so my clutch went out on my 94 318 is and ive been looking around and i noticed that sachs is the most popular one i find. i just wanna know what yall would put back in there. im willing to spend up to $350. thanks.
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Sachs or Valeo. Sachs is original equipment on BMWs (kit including pressure plate, disk and throwout bearing can be bought for 210 shipped); Valeo is an original parts supplier to a lot of manufacturers also, and can be bought even cheaper (I've seen them as low as 150 for the kit). You can't go wrong with either. On a stock, or near stock car, they will work perfect.

ps. If you want to know where to get the Sachs for that cheap, PM me, I really don't want to be posting it here because of our sponsors and what have you.
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