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Clutch judder


David Wilkinson
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Generally it's only really noticeable on pull away if it's to do with flywheel surface flatness .

As sandy said it can dissappear after a while once it beds in to the flywheel surface (if the ridges weren't exessive)

I've only ever fitted 4 clutches , 1 with a new lightweight exedy flywheel and the other 3 with old oe flywheels.

I never had any judder but I had the old ones I fitted skimmed ,cos they had visual "ridges" in them .

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