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post #1 of 9 Old 10-27-2004, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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I was just trying to get an opinion on exedy clutches off ebay? My clutch is slipping pretty bad now and i have to replace it soon so i figured i would just ask to see how they were. I was going to get a stock subaru clutch but somebody mentioned these. Thanks for all the help.
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Well, we're all Exedy clutch owners. They make the stock clutch. The one off Ebay is the same thing. I know three people that have it and they like it just fine.
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I didnt know it was the stock clutch interesting. Also does anybody have info on how to remove the transmission? Like a downloadable page or repair manual online. i dont want to go to the shop because it costs too much.
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Well, to be honest, if you need instructions, you don't need to be attempting it yourself. It's a lot of work, and you need a lift. I have seen it done more times than I care to remember, and it takes a friend of mine (who is an ASE certified master mechanic) every bit of a day to do it. And that's working non-stop.

You are better off saving up and having a shop do it.
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I have replaced a clutch in a ford truck and a supra just using a manual. Is this one more complicated? My step dad is pretty mechanically inclined and helped me do the other ones.
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I have replaced a clutch in a ford truck and a supra just using a manual. Is this one more complicated? My step dad is pretty mechanically inclined and helped me do the other ones.
many more parts to remove to get the tranny out thab a rwd tranny
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yeah your right !Cry!
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I can replace the clutch in my car on my lunch hour, however if you haven't taken your tranny out a million times like me then it will probably take you several days. (and the throwout bearing will whoop your a$$ if you dont know what you are doing) I would suggest letting someone else blow out their back doing the clutch, save you some grief too!

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Well, we're all Exedy clutch owners. They make the stock clutch.
I didn't know our clutch was made by Exedy. That's pretty impressive. I guess it's one of their lower end ones then (not that it's that bad of a clutch)
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