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Old 10-07-2006, 09:11 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by itchy b
you should make sure to shim the bellhousing first so that it has just enough clearence to spin freely without touching the clutch shoe( between flywheel nut and part 178)
keep adding a shim and till it stops rubbing on the clutch shoe and keep checking each time you add a shim by refitting bearings and clutchbell back on and checking how it spins with clutch facing up.
once you have that set, fit parts 178 to 143, part 146 and 147 are the .1mm,.3mm shims that come with the clutch.
then measure how much end play there is and shim it till you have around .5mm end play and that should be about right
At the endplay what size of cap screw do you use? the 3x12 or the 3x15?
The clutch have to engage the bellhousing to spin the gear hence by puting shims before part 178 there will be a gap so will it still engage the bellhousing?
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