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I am installing new eng. and have a few questions. I am not a clutch expert but here gose. What brand of gresse should I go back with on shaft that throw out bearing slides on? It had a little but was getting dry and hard. Also shouldnt the splines that the clutch rides on have a little? You can see it had some at one time but is dry now.

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I never even thought of that. I have some of this high temp high pressure fancy grease that I use on everything. It holds up to the heat of the injector holes as I rub them down with it. Would think anything along those qualities would work just as well on those parts too.

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Wheel bearing greese? I have Amsoil greese also.It's south bend clutch I installed about three years ago and it is perfect other than the greese. And the greese probably would have made it a while longer. I really cant get over the fiber on the clutch its practically like new. :thumb1:Is this a mess or what?:lmao:

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Wheel bearing greese? I have Amsoil greese also. It's south bend clutch I installed about three years ago and it is perfect other than the greese. And the greese probably would have made it a while longer. I really cant get over the fiber on the clutch its practically like new. :thumb1: Is this a mess or what?:lmao:

Wheel bearing grease should work,maybe a thin coat on splines just to help with assembly. If your turning flywheel(not a whole bunch can be removed,just enough to get rid of hot spots) have it bored for for a roller bearing.:2cents: Looks like a working shop. Where is Elgin,TX?:shrug:(could mapquest but to lazy)

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