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Old 02-12-2005, 04:17 PM   #1
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today a buddy of mine and i are doing a clutch on a 1991 Nissan 240sx hes putting in a stage 2 centerforce clutch and it pretty ex we had the flywheel resurfaced now we have to start assemblying everything i will post pics later
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i have done many auto tranny but not 1 manual
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what? you havent had to put a new clutch in your bonnie yet? even though its 11 years old? youre doing pretty good!
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Clutches are easy......Just take your time and make sure you do it all right and you'll be fine.
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And make sure you align everything up. You'll blow everything to pieces of you don't.


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what motor is he running 4 or sr20? good luck!!
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And make sure you align everything up. You'll blow everything to pieces of you don't.


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If you don't line it up right, it won't go back together, so you can't possibly blow everything to pieces. I have never heard of a clutch install blowing anything.
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And make sure you align everything up. You'll blow everything to pieces of you don't.


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If you don't line it up right, it won't go back together, so you can't possibly blow everything to pieces. I have never heard of a clutch install blowing anything.
you could forget a screw or three......That'll probably blow some **** up....Lol.
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what motor is he running 4 or sr20? good luck!!
hehe, it'* all about the RB20/RB25!



Is this 240 owner a drifter at all?
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well update its 1 am im beat i took some pics and will upload them tommorrow well we started at 8 am had the clutch and tranny out by 12pm when take it out it slipped off the jack and the tailshaft fell on my hand and it still hurts took the flywheel to get resurfaced we wait till 3pm it was done the the pivot bolt that the fork rides on was broke so 3pm on a sat and parts store did carry it and anyplace would have to order it so i tokk the old one to my work and welded it and it worked like a charm then we put the flywheel on and start torquing the bolts and a ******* bolt snaps in the crank so 3hr of screwing with that and we got it out the after going from store to store trying to find the right bolt we found it and the hardest part was getting the tranny mounted again? well about 11pm we got it mounted it and i left and let my buddy handle the rest so i will find out if we did it right
when putting it up we had to bench press it off are chest that was a bitch but pics will be up tommorrow
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