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2L Flywheel question

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In a 2L (six hole) flywheel, does anyone know the distance (in millimeter or inches) between the shoulder the pressure plate sits on and the surface where clutch disk seats? i have a flywheel but the shoulder and the disk surface were machined and want to make sure they are in spec.


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From the Series 3 Spider shop manual.
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Thank you, that is exactly what i was looking for.

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From the Series 3 Spider shop manual.
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I'm having my clutch done on my Montreal but when removing the fly-wheel we noticed the little Lock-plates on the Fly-Wheel were damaged. Does anyone know what a solution would be?
They look to be made of of a thin "Tin" type metal...
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... the little Lock-plates on the Fly-Wheel were damaged.
I am not a Montreal expert but... those sort of locking tabs are often frowned upon 'now-a-days'. In order for the tab to be bendable they have to be made of soft metal. In use the section under the head can squash down and the bolts/nuts then lose torque. Current thinking is to use a hardened washer and LockTite to secure them instead of the lock tabs. But I suggest you get some advice from someone who knows more about the Montreal than I.

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