|Originally posted by fierofool:|
I guess I've been lucky. Never had a problem.
Me as well...
I don't to anything to the flywheel most times other then light sanding to knock off rusting and use Brake Clean.
Nearly all clutch fails for me is diaphragm spring pressure plates used in many cars not just Fiero because they break from "wearing out" in heavy traffic.
Any small wreck etc and you can spend Hours in Stop & Go traffic on the Surekill (Schuykill) Expressway and many others. NJTP below Exit 4 is giant pain too. "Side roads" either gets jammed too or takes you so far out of the way isn't worth bothering.
Is why I laugh at most people saying stick cars are "fun."
If a F-wheel has a little wear, can be turned sim to Brake parts. And most times won't need rebalance or a "shim."
If has any cranking or big wear problems then most time replacing is needed.
Are ways fix major wear problems but often many times more the cost then replacing w/ new or good use F-wheel for cars.
Is spec's on turning same as brake parts but I don't have them easy to post.
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