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Old 18-05-2017, 22:34   #1
Ben_r1
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Reusing old flywheel with new clutch?

I've changed many clutches on many cars over the years, but with the exception of a few DMFs have always reused the standard flywheel without skimming it.

Looking at clutch options for a change over summer and I've noticed a lot of performance clutch manufactures state warranty will be void unless you have proof of skimming the flywheel.

When did this become necessary? Has anyone ever experienced issues of re using the original flywheel on a new clutch?

This is obviously assuming the flywheel is inspected for obvious damage and cracks etc.

Obviously don't want to fork out for a new flywheel unless it's essential.
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