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Old 27-06-19
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Good to know I'm not alone Stu

From the info I've found about my clutch it would seem you're correct erad. It would also appear that to go bigger for the diesel also saves you a fair wad of cash-it's just the one for the 3.5l petrol that seems to be so expensive from what I've seen
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Disco Stu: Looking back at your first post, it seems as if you have at least 1 mm of facing to go before the recommended replacement. Only you know how you treat the clutch, so you can make an assessment if it worth replacing at this stage. Certainly if you get 300000+ km fro the clutch, the anti-chatter springs are more likely to fail before the facing wears out. I had 330000 km from the clutch in my wife's TM Magna, and the anti-chatter springs (they were ceramic I think) fell out. I stil would have had at least 0.5 mm of facing left. If. however, you only get 40000 km from a clutch, then replace it because it is a nasty job to do later.
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Funny you say that-we owned a gen 1 when we first got married 16 years ago. Wife was driving home and all of a sudden couldn't release the clutch when pressing pedal down. Turned out one of the springs had popped out and fallen in behind stopping it being able to disengage

My son is on his L's and will be learning manual-he's gonna wear that clutch out real fast!!
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My son is on his L's and will be learning manual-he's gonna wear that clutch out real fast!!
New one plus see if you can get a discount on a second one for when he's finished.
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Haha!!
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