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Clutch question.

When I do my clutch can I just get the flywheel machined or do I have to replace it? Not sure because it is hyd. and there is no adjustments.
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Re: Clutch question.

The surface could be resurfaced if it needs to be. If it is a dual-mass flywheel, you may as well change to a single mass and be done with it.

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