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    Wanted steel clutch plate tre899k

    I need a steel clutch plate if anyone has one. Unless they do run friction plate against alloy pressure plate?
    My discs are

    Od 138mm id 106.5mm teeth 30 teeth
    Measurements are just using a tape so not very accurate.
    Thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBo View Post
    I need a steel clutch plate if anyone has one. Unless they do run friction plate against alloy pressure plate?
    Yes they do.
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    That sounds mad to me. But ok will stick it back together then. Is the clutch release bearing a standard size?

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    I thought so to, but when Nell's clutch wore out I noted some wear on the alloy pusher plate, but it wasn't that bad @ 0.2 mm. That was at 112,000 km.
    There's enough meat there to attach a steel plate to the pusher, but at this rate it will not need attention for another 100,000 km.
    Quote Originally Posted by GBo View Post
    Is the clutch release bearing a standard size?
    Yes it is. I replaced it 10 years ago and have been surprised how well the current one has stood up, given that it is a standard roller bearing used in thrust.
    I didn't keep a record of the bearing dimensions
    Last edited by Engenia; 11-26-2019 at 04:17 PM.
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