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Clutch/Flywheel install and questions by FieroGT1985Matt
Started on: 10-18-2007 04:18 PM
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Last post by: Bubbajuju on 10-18-2007 06:41 PM
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I just bought a 1985 Fiero GT and it seems like it going to need a new clutch. So i was looking on the forum and around on the performance parts websites. I have found Spec and then the ones on fiero store. What would you reccommend for a 85' 2.8 V6 4 Speed?
Are there any aftermarket Flywheels besides the Spec Aluminum one.
What tools will be needed? Clutch Arm Bushing tool?

Are there instructions anywhere on how to replace the clutch and flywheel?
Do you have to drop the Engine Cradle?

What all is going to be needed?
Clutch Kit- Spec Stage 1
Resurface stock Flywheel or aftermarket flywheel
Trans & Engine Mounts (would this be a good idea since they are still stock parts)
Flywheel bolts ( should i replace the stock ones)
Select arm rebuild kit ( just for kicks)
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http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/086871.html

I just finished mine last night. Drives like a dream now.
You should probably have a full set of metric end wrenches shallow and deep sockets and a couple of extensions. And a hammer and pb blaster.
The bellhousing bolts are 18mm.

This method was a pain but mainly due to broken mounts.
Good luck.
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