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Old 05-31-2010, 02:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Swapped my trans yesterday and I noticed some wear on my throwout bearing and pressure plate fingers. Does this wear look normal?



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that appears to be normal i just went out and looked at my old pressure plate and it is similar to that, but it all depends on how much it is worn down
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Yes that is normal. Its also a good idea to lube the shaft with grease(Damn that just dosent sound right) so that the throw out bearing slides freely. By chance did you check your clutch would hate to have to pull the trans again to replace the clutch after already have the the trans off.
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Yeah the clutch seemed fine, never had any problems with it slipping or grabbing either so I should be good for now. Just wanted to make sure that pressure plate was alright. Thanks guys
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Don't "ride the clutch" so much at stop lights...that's what causes that, at least more quickly.
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