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Anyone have any old clutch plates there looking to get rid of, prefabley 71-83. One steel and ond one friction. I'm looking to make a clutch shell and hub locking tool.
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Anyone have any old clutch plates there looking to get rid of, prefabley 71-83. One steel and ond one friction. I'm looking to make a clutch shell and hub locking tool.
I have my old set, but was thinking of shoving them up a certain mechanics ass(If you've read my thread "Is this clutch plate in wrong")
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I have my old set, but was thinking of shoving them up a certain mechanics ass(If you've read my thread "Is this clutch plate in wrong")
Yes I did read that, I'd prefer it without shat on it though. lmao
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I used the inner one with the studs removed,bit thicker than a steel. Can post a pic if needed.
but if you still want some, pm me
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