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xt6 clutch/flywheel, on ea81 info

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#1 archemitis


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Posted 12 January 2005 - 05:46 PM

ok, this is usualy a big problem unless you go with an ea82 style tranny. well, the reason is that the release bearing is too small to enguage the xt6 spring fingers. and you cant run the bigger xt6 bearing, because it doesnt fit on your tranny(4speed). well, i think i have a good solution. i have a guy looking for a bearing with the large surface for the xt6 fingers, and the smaller bore for our tranny shafts.

i will know for sure tomorrow, but that would mean a pretty much indestructible clutch setup, for people runing ea81s.

if there is another way, please tell me, and try not to make me feel dumb. =]

#2 TomRhere


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Posted 13 January 2005 - 05:29 AM

I remember reading about Scott's search for a TO bearing for his BRAT. No clue here as to part number, but he did find one to fit his D/R-4spd and ER-27 combo.

#3 mcbrat


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Posted 13 January 2005 - 09:13 AM

I thought scott had a spacer made to fit in between the larger TOB and the smaller holder....?

#4 archemitis


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Posted 13 January 2005 - 12:01 PM

ok heres the key! an 80s nissan truck to bearing!

on the way, in the mail, with a kevlar/ceramic disc... stage 3! :banana::banana::banana:

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