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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-07-2009, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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clutch chatter

Ever since installing my clutch about a month and a half ago the clutch is making alot of chatter. i know this is normally common on double and triple disk clutches but is this a problem on a single disk? Anytime i let off the clutch in nuetral you can hear it plain as day. the clutch seems to be holding great and have never felt it slip at all no matter what i do to it. should i be concerned?

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Re: clutch chatter

Any suggestions?

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Re: clutch chatter

May be the design. Some do, some dont. I heard the dual mass was incorporated to reduce the harmonic undulations from a diesel and easier to shift/pedal pressure. But that was a worthless design, even on a car.

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