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Evan

2007 dual mass to single mass flywheel

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Doing clutch on our 2007 trans is a 5 speed question mark. I have no clue I just drive it.

 

 

 

Truck is cab n chassis 2wd 1ton 

 

 

 

I better call six states to make sure they have a clutch and rear main I'm assuming throughout bearing is included with the clutch?

 

Should I do rear main? It is leaking alittle, I want this to be wam bam yank turn it put it back together It doesnt really bother me that it leaks. Theres a chance itl leak after I change it anyways.

 

Anything to look out for?

 

Local shops are busy so I'm going to pull tranny Thursday night get flywheel turned Friday and put back together by monday. Will also fit normal work schedule in. 

 

We talked about the labor it's a grand that's not huge deal it's being without it for a week plus. Just cant be down that long. Plus I gota earn my keep somehow and would never pay for labor on my 02 wich is my work truck 

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Called six states to confirm they have parts. Appears this could be one of two clutches depending on if flywheel was upgraded.  

Will be tearing into it tonight and taking flywheel to be turned or upgraded. If it's a factory flywheel it has to go to salt lake to be turned.  So I'll upgrade at that point and get a clutch to match.

 

Something about a boot onto of the tranny should be replaced.  Not sure about that hopefully will see tonight 

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Transmission is pulled fairly straight forward but got stumped by the dual mass flywheel and how to remove it and stopped for the night. I feel like a gomer because it removes the same as a tourge converter through the engine side plate. Grrr oh well. 

Most likely I'll be installing a one piece flex plate. I dont much care for this rattling dual mass contradiction. I dont think it can be turned locally anyways.

 

Headed for parts and solid flexplate and hydraulics to match

 

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Trans is stuffed back in. Scabbed some metal together with a welder and floor jack to stuff it. Didnt feel comfortable stuffing it with out having it stable in the air.

 

Ended up getting some long bolts to align and slowly pull it forward. Worked well.

Hoping to get it buttoned up tonight and go for a spin.

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All buttoned up. Clutch is smooth like stock because it is ;)

Dual to single was a success.  Though I'll have to fiddle with length of rod on the slave. It's not quite letting go.

 

For now shes back to grunting a 14k machine around.

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Just an update. Ended up having to do the upgraded hydraulics to get the throw out of the clutch to disengage all the way.

 

Truck has been towing daily since. Towing 10-20k with no issues.

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