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Old 07-29-2003, 22:34   #1 (permalink)
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How much should i pay for a new clutch?

My clutch has finally given up after, months of slowly getting worse.
i need to know what sort of price i should expect to pay for someone to put in a new/replacement clutch.
I dont want to get ripped off

the car is a XE 4speed Manual

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Old 07-29-2003, 23:06   #2 (permalink)
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what i payed

I just got a brass button hi-torque made for my AU, but he makes clutches for all cars. It cost me $750 delivered to my door.
He also has heavy duty clutches for a little cheaper.
Sure beats $1000 for a original from ford which would only last half as long.
I got mine from direct clutch performance 07 38622680 or
http://www.motorsportworld.com.au/outlets/direct/

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Re: How much should i pay for a new clutch?

For what it's worth....

PBR clutch kit - $170- Bursons
Flywheel machined - $40 - take your pick
New Spiggot bearing (Ripped off)- $19 - Ford

Installation....Your guess is as good as mine, i hazard a guess at anywhere between $150 -$200 depending on the workshop. Alternative is you buy a clutch alignment tool, a Gregory's and a slab for your best mate and have a go yourself!

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Re: How much should i pay for a new clutch?

Talk to some of the smaller brake/clutch places, I get mine for $45 from a brake rebonder and never have any troubles with them.
Then if you don't DIY there's labour....
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