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    Default Machining Flywheel!!??

    hey people,

    next week i will be replacing my clutch, so i was thinking that while the box &
    clutch are out that i might get the flywheel machined.
    i only have a 4AC. so don't know if its worth the hassle.

    So is it worth it?
    how much will it cost me?
    and anyone know where i can get it done in the inner-western sydney area?

    *edit...(sorry should of put this in the tech q's section. someone please move this)
    Last edited by Ade_Mc; 9th March 2009 at 11:59 AM. Reason: wrong section

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    i'd only bother machining it if it's black and/or got scores but if it looks to be good then dont bother.cost a mate like $60 at a brake shop. yellow pages for a local brake shop then give em a ring.

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    id machine it then u wont have to worry bout it.
    for the $30 it cost me i do it lol
    abs in qld does all mine sr or 4ac/4age and never had a prob
    when you do a new clutch shouldnt u machine the flwheel anyway?
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    You should definately machine the flywheel when you replace your clutch, if you don`t you will end up with a clutch that shudders every time it engages, especially if it has burn marks on it (blue patches).

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    I'd get it machined.

    marvis.

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    the clutch i will replace the old one with is 2nd hand.
    will this be a problem?
    has plenty of meat.

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