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Old 03-21-2011, 10:29 AM   #1
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Re: clutch parts are every place

Normally the clutch that is used is a single disc 17 inch assembly. But first the engine must be known, single or dual disc and push or pull type clutch. After removing the bottom cover on the transmission, some information can be discovered. The early buses had a high failure rate because of many factors. No matter the present clutch system, changing to a dual clutch is a great upgrade and will work for a very long time. Making clutchless shifts is also a good clutch saver and more fun driving................Frank
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