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When I did my clutch last summer, I put a new OEM clutch in with my used flywheel which wasn't in the best shape, but didn't have the funds to purchase a new one. I just removed the new clutch which only had 12k miles on it to install a resurfaced Dinan lightened flywheel. Can I reuse this clutch or is it toast from being mated to my used flywheel? My old flywheel is TOTALLY fried, blue spotted EVERYWHERE.

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You can compare my clutch disc to your old one Tim and use whichever is better.
 
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That would be a great help. I would appreciate that very much if needed......
 

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I saw your post about your trouble with the Brecus clutch, so you are going back to the OEM clutch now?
 

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I saw your post about your trouble with the Brecus clutch, so you are going back to the OEM clutch now?
Yes, I want my car running, I don't want to have to modify things to make it work.
 

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Even if I use the same pressure plate it was installed with?
 
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