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Awesome write up. I am in the process of doing this at the moment and your details will come in very handy.
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quote = Disconnect the clutch release bearing from the clutch cover:
- remove the bell housing access boot on the RHS
- insert a flat head screwdriver into the gap between the clutch release bearing and the clutch cover
- twist the screwdriver whilst the clutch bearing is tight against the clutch cover. This should separate


Very important part this one. makes it a real pain trying to separate the gearbox from the motor if you don't. Found out the hard way
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Grant, here is a read for you

i guess we will find out very quickly if yours is a push clutch or a pull clutch
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Great write up , mines not due but this give me confidence to give it a crack.


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