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Thread: Replaced the Clutch Diaphragm and an oil change

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    The athena one: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F232398957053

    Ehat other parts do I need to replace when doing this job?

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    No this works on my computer. Try another method like phone or laptop.
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    Do you need to replace the support and pressure plate. Or can I use the old ones?

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    That's my question, too, as mine are most unsightly. A heavy bout of wire brushing is in their future but if they need to be replaced then so be it.

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    Nobody?

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    I reinstalled my pressure plate, bearing, etc., and all was well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mona-toetje View Post
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    What plates do you mean? And you are replacing the clutch vacuum gasket?
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    Yes I have a new gasket here. But OP also installed all new support plate and pressure plate, along with new washers and nut. I still have to see what the state of the pressure and support plate is.. But could I re-use them?

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    Most likely yes. They're just steel plates and washers after all. We talk about parts #: 24, 25, 27 & 28

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    I reused mine. No problem at all. Just give the plates a clean and inspect for any damage prior to assembling it again.
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    Okay thanks guys. Gonna do it this weekend. Though I think im gonna use a new lock nut. Or will loctite hold it?

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    The old one will do or you can get a new one. The nut does not undergo a lot of stress. I’ve used the old one twice after opening it. Loctite is probably not a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH View Post
    The old one will do or you can get a new one. The nut does not undergo a lot of stress. I’ve used the old one twice after opening it. Loctite is probably not a good idea.
    I wouldn't be to concerned about using a mild thread lock compound. Like Loctite 243 or something similar. Just for ease of mind?
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