Originally Posted by ugglasdav
ok i checked the endplay and i have non. so i took the clutch apart and shimed 0.1 behind the clutch bell and there seems to be abit more endplay and when you turn the clutch bell the flywheel doesnt turn aswell so thats good. so behind the clutch bell i have altogether 0.3 mm shimed. i also noticed that the flywheel pins had been filled down becouse they must of being touching the clutch bell
When i adjust endfloat I shim behind the bigger of the 2 clutch housing bearings.
If you only add shims behind the flywheel you are changing the gap between the clutch housing and the pad.
You have made the gap smaller, which is why now it appears to have given you more endfloat.
This is how the first gen centax worked.