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Old 09-05-2010, 05:28 PM   #13
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Actually when I look at it again that nut and washer hold the basket onto the crankshaft...
You "shouldn't" have to take the basket off so maybe you don't need those.

The tightening torque on the bolts of the pressure plate springs is only 10Nm, so you can probably get by without the little thing that locks the engine from turning over.

One other note, the comment about soaking the friction disks in oil before installing is important ...
Dry plates don't do so well ...
Last time I did one I stacked the dics in a pan ... spaced apart from the bottom of the pan and from each other by a few toothpicks, then put enough oil in the pan to cover my "tower" ... and let them soak a while ...

JRWooden screwed with this post 09-05-2010 at 05:44 PM
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