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Replacing the clutch on my '95 (1/2)
 10/18/17 11:33am
Beerglasses
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, - United Kingdom

Vette(s):
1995 Convertible.Black/cream interior/cream top


Joined: 11/1/2013
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Hi Guys. 
I live in the UK and own a '95 convertible.

As the clutch thrust bearing has become a bit noisy I'd like to replace it, which means replacing the clutch as well.

How can I find out if I have a standard clutch or a dual mass jobby.

One snag I have is that  I'd like to order both and return the surplus one. Unfortunately suppliers in the UK don't sell too many of these and the new clutch will take three weeks to arrive from the States....so they won't restock the surplus one.

I don't have the build sheet but if that will tell me I'll order one from Bowling Green today.

Thanks for listening.

Regards

Beerglasses
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Re: Replacing the clutch on my '95 (2/2)
 10/18/17 2:04pm
knnhon
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new poret richey, FL - USA

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1991 Coupe-L-98-auto, 1994 White Conv., l-98 6 spd.


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all 95's have a dual mass flywheel. there is no reason to buy both clutches. Theses clutches AINT cheap ! ebay is $450 + i suggest getting a new slave cylinder, too and t.o. bearing, of course
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