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Old 02-17-2010, 03:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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E36 Clutch Help

Im looking for a good clutch kit for a good price, i been looking on Ebay but im not to excited about the fact its on Ebay so im asking the BMW community to help me with some suggestions.
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Old 02-17-2010, 06:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Sachs, Luk, Valeo, Exedy ... all good clutches. Personally, I'd go for a Sachs kit as that's OEM, but your choice really ... neither one is "better" per se as far as stock clutches go.

edit: Nothing wrong with getting it off ebay for a better price as long as it's one of the brands I listed and not some chinese clutch brand you've never heard of.
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Thanks sounds good, i got another question, are all of the E36 clutches the same or are there some differences? on year to year models i got a 98 323is
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Between years? No difference. Between models? Yes. 323 and 325 share the same clutch; others are different
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