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Old 27th August 2011, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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release bearing for exedy triple carbon

I am going to install my exedy triple carbon and just have a quick question, do I need a special bearing or anything? or will the stock one work?
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Old 27th August 2011, 05:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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found out in the manual lol, the nissan short nose one works with the 14mm sleeve.
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It worked on mine to whit the stock bearing.
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Its a push style clutch right? Did Exedy do a pull style carbon? Its not as much the bearing, rather the sleeve that it rides on. You MUST check free play. I have burned an ATS carbon clutch disk when I didn't check freeplay, and it was constantly slipping.
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Its a push style clutch right? Did Exedy do a pull style carbon? Its not as much the bearing, rather the sleeve that it rides on. You MUST check free play. I have burned an ATS carbon clutch disk when I didn't check freeplay, and it was constantly slipping.
I figured that after installing it and realising the bite is like halfway up the pedal travel.

I am going to check tonight and see which size sleeve I need, I think the one currently is too short but is the reccomended size in the exedy manual.
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