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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-25-2017, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Removing Clutch Basket

Was told that the bolt on the basket is a reverse thread meaning instead of righty tighty its right to loosen. Is this right ? REALLY need to know before I put the impact to her tomorrow.

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Normal threads - counter clockwise to loosen.

Do you have a clutch basket tool to hold the basket when you reinstall and torque? EBC has one for cheap, but others have made one from old clutch steels.

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Normal threads - counter clockwise to loosen.

Do you have a clutch basket tool to hold the basket when you reinstall and torque? EBC has one for cheap, but others have made one from old clutch steels.

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Boyz, did you get the PM I sent? Do you still need/want those clutch spring shims?

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