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5 speed double clutch install

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bigbleeker

10-26-2016 12:16:01




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The 5 speed double clutch on this sight says no alignment tool needed. When I install my old clutch to motor I will not need one either . is this because trans shaft spline spine separetly it wouldnt do me no good .any in sight would in reinstall would be nice




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Kurt-NEPA

10-27-2016 14:55:30




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch install in reply to bigbleeker, 10-26-2016 12:16:01  
Bern is right, no alignment tool is needed. The clutch pack is aligned during assembly. You simply unbolt the old pack and bolt on the new. Its the easiest clutch I've done.

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Model 660

10-26-2016 19:28:20




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch install in reply to bigbleeker, 10-26-2016 12:16:01  
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Bern is correct. Your clutch will unbolt from the flywheel as an assembly .



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Bern

10-26-2016 13:32:30




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch install in reply to bigbleeker, 10-26-2016 12:16:01  
No tool needed. Assuming you didn't drop the clutch on the ground after you removed it, the discs should be tight and centered in the pressure plate assembly. The discs are held tight in the pressure plate when removed from the flywheel - this is the way it is designed.



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markct

10-26-2016 12:36:54




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 Re: 5 speed double clutch install in reply to bigbleeker, 10-26-2016 12:16:01  
I think it comes with a plastic tool, I bought a single disk clutch from this site they sent an alignment tool that would also work for the double



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