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Old 07-12-2013, 07:40 PM   #3044
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Originally Posted by nylon2000 View Post
I think the EBC part number is: CK5636

I do think the drive plates are glazed, and because the friction plates still have material on them, will see if i can get somewhere with the sandpaper/spacer solution.

Will keep you posted.

Glad to hear there is still meat on the friction plates. I use wet-or-dry or emery-cloth type sand papers when roughing up metal. Scratch the plates radially (outwards from the center) and not circularly. Sanding in small circles while rotating the plates also works well. You don't need really coarse sandpaper: 220 or 320 grit should be fine to break the polish.
Make sure to wash the plates thoroughly afterwards. You should be able to get kerosene everywhere and that will work well.
Keeping fingers crossed that it works. Worth a try anyway.
Try without spacers if possible.
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