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Clutch work eary 308

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  1. st@ven

    st@ven F1 Rookie
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    With all the info on f-chat, i could not find one thread descibing the work involved in changing the clutch on an early 308.

    I think i did see one/several in the past.
    Can somebody point me in the right direction?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. absostone

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    Iirc bitdman308 sight may have that info.
    There is also a Youtube vid. Hellidoc
     
  4. robertgarven

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    Steven,

    Here is another one. How early is your 308?

    Rob
     

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    It an early ‘77 one. Euro dry sump
     
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  7. robertgarven

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    Cool! I thought you meant real early! Ha! I have a 74 & 75!
     
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  8. AZDoug

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    It isn't hard. i did it 35 years ago, with nothing but a manual written in Italian (i don't read Italian very well, if all all. Cambio, yo) and basic mechanics tools.

    I would spring for a correct 4 tang socket(s) to get some of the retaining nuts off vs using drift punch and hammer like i did (it worked OK, back then, but was half-assed, and i was in a hurry). Its a lot easier than doing an inline motor/trans car. The hardest part was taking the starter off. Make sure you fill the transfer case/drop gear case with a few ounces of gear lube prior to staring up the car. Its a lot easier than changing a clutch in an inline motor/trans car.

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