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2011 VE ute clutch

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Trevorhumphries, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. Trevorhumphries

    Trevorhumphries New Member

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    Hey guys, I have a 2011 manual sv6 and my clucth is slipping a lot but new clutch replacements are expensive. So I was wondering will a clutch fit out of a 2011 sv6 sedan or are they somewhat different
    Thanks heaps
     
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    Yes it should fit,
    But
    why fit a secondhand clutch !
    how do you know the pressure plate, and/or the thrust bearing is not knacked ?
    You say they are expensive,
    maybe so, but its not a part you are replacing every month, unless you have issues with your driving skills.
    Shop around, Pay the little extra,
    put a new one in, and it should last you a number of years.
     
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    Second hand clutch for a dual mass flywheel is a bad idea as you'll need to get the flywheel that was used with it, otherwise the replacement clutch will wear out fast.

    Yes the single mass replacement flywheels are expensive, but once you have it you have it. Second handing this would be an expensive bandaid fix, especially if you're paying somebody to do it.
     
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