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Old 10-19-2019, 09:14 AM   #20
Kurt in NJ
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Default Re: Clutch replacement costs...

I have a old chilton flat rate book, it lists flywheel renew at 6.2 ---states that the method is to leave the spring attached to rear---of course being "flat rate" you can't worry about chipping the paint on undercarrige parts, that excessive rust, stripped- broken fasteners are upcharges ---as are modifications

the same book lists a "krw" overhaul at 20 hours including babbiting block

You may not want to watch a mechanic going at beating flat rate time, it can be brutal
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