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MudBathfinder
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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: helix66]
      #429858 - 11/10/05 11:12 AM

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milf!




hey to break it to helix..but thats not a MILF..yes she is indeed F___able but its Linsey Lohan...


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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: MudBathfinder]
      #430036 - 11/11/05 10:04 AM

Hey Mud, did you take that bad boy apart yet? Let us know what's up...

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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: frontie21]
      #430203 - 11/12/05 06:53 PM

Man, having a SAS Pathy and a 3"BL has its advantages...by myself on thursday night when i got home at 430 from work..got that tranny out taking my time in 2 1/2 hrs..Cant belive it when i had the stock suspension it was crap..anyways..it turns out i got a defective throwout bearing so it broke and had pressed itself farther on the thing that it presses onto and burned itself up causing metal shavings all over the place, I dunno wether i installed the throwout bearing wrong if it had been defective..it spun fine and didnt have any damage done upon installing. Well, Monday im taking the clutch kit in to raise hell..and get a new one..even though i didnt pay for the first cause they warrantied it out cause i burned up the original throwout bearing due to driving in the ocean WHOOPS! not doing that again, since i did that my undercarrige has taken a surface rust beating so im gonna have to give the undies some hammeright or some kinda rust stopper

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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: MudBathfinder]
      #430242 - 11/13/05 05:37 AM

Well it is great that you found the trouble. It seemed from the git-go that you had the right parts anyways. It has been a little while since I replaced a throwout bearing on a Nissan truck, but I know it has to fit just right into that spring retainer on the release fork. Anyways, good luck with all of that!

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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: frontie21]
      #430482 - 11/14/05 08:35 PM

Well i got the new clutch kit, not installed yet but they were cool enough over there no questions asked, in and out. now my problem is the pilot bushing the thing i was having problems with before..the old pilot bushing seemed to have heated itself up enough to make enough sludge to not put the bushing back in so it looks like im gonna have to get the dremmel out and ground her down to where i can put the bushing in correctly. once she is back on the road ill let ya guys know

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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: helix66]
      #615726 - 08/27/16 11:55 AM

As a follow up on an old post, I have a 91 SE V6 4x4 truck. This question is largely around the dampener midway between the master cylinder and the slave. The clutch hydraulics recently seem to require a little pumping to restore the pressure. There are no leaks presently and the fluid level has remained the same. Last time the master and slave were changed was in 1997. I intend to replace both the master and slave cylinders and am wondering what do you all do if anything relative to the dampener? The dampener doesn't really appear to play much of a role other than if one's foot slips off a depressed clutch pedal. Can't seem to find one to purchase and I'm not sure attempting to rebuild it is even needed. Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: UndertowPcola]
      #615728 - 08/31/16 10:09 PM

I am not sure, but I think that the damper is a discontinued part. If it is defective, you will probably have to just bypass it.

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UndertowPcola
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Re: Clutch Problems..... [Re: Mr Reverse]
      #615729 - 09/11/16 09:23 AM

Thanks for your response. I've yet to replace the master & slave cylinders. I have gone back and bled the slave cylinder and dampener numerous times and for now the system appears to be ok. Have yet to find any leaks around the master, inside the cab under the dash at the firewall, around the dampener or around the slave cylinder. Perhaps some air made it into the system somehow. We'll see. It had been about 3.5 years since I'd last bled the system.

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