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how to change the clutch in a VW

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  1. jeffie7

    jeffie7 Wrong Whole! VIP

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    kinda funny. I think that it would be cool if someone did that with an engine swap. Might be harder to compact 24+ hours of work into 10 minutes.
     
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    well, now we know what happens when you don't have friends to bullshit with while you work on your car...

    lmao
     
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    i like how he broke in the clutch. :D
     
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    9 minute clutch replacement. that beats ALL!! :eek: :D
     
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    yeah I love how much time he gave for the breakin period.
     
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    thats what i basically did for the girl's 240sx. pulled it outta airjockie's garage, and drifted around the block. breaking in a stock clutch is overrated.
     
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    uhh.. ok. not with the experience i've had though. :eek: clutch's are very similar to brakes in that they both use an organic/asbestos based material for friction against metal. when you dont let it 'break-in' properly you're just asking for problems. i know 'cause i've replaced a few ... or so .....
     
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