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Re: '74 Chev Cust Deluxe clutch slipping


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Posted by John McPherson on September 02, 2005 at 08:34:04 from (216.251.170.201):

In Reply to: '74 Chev Cust Deluxe clutch slipping posted by knute on August 30, 2005 at 17:21:48:

On the cost angle of it, who is going to do the work? If a shop is going to do it, expect maybe around 1000.00 as ball park (a lot of places will do it for less. It pays to shop around to point. So the next question of "is it worth it?" What condition is the rest of the truck in, and how long are you wanting to keep the truck? Compare this against the cost of a replacement that may have the same problwem isnide of 6 months if old enough.

If you are going to do it, be sure to reface the flywheel- the replacements before probably never resurfaced it- that cost between 35 and 50 dollars is average ballpark. Cost for clutch disk, pressure plate and throwout bearing, and potentially the clutch fork (bent forks are common) expect decent parts to run about 300 to 400 dollars) but they can be found for less.




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