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Hi everyone, I had another thread about changing the clutch, but I feel this is a more specific question and I’m really stumped. Anyway, how do I know what the correct throw out bearing size is? Right now with my new pressure plate the clutch fork reaches the end of its travel before it can move the clutch very much. I’m using my old clutch fork and pivot stud, and the new throw out bearing that came with my kit. could I run a longer throw out bearing to make up for this slack? I’ll attach some pictures of the new vs old pressure plate. The old one has straight fingers that don’t bend out, and the new one has fingers that bend in towards the flywheel. Everything I’m reading talks about them facing out TOWARDS my throw out bearing, but this pressure plate does not.
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