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    Soon as some money comes available i'm gonna have to get my clutch done as when making a quick getaway it's deceided to start to slip.
    Now i hear that the early GSi's with 308m front discs do not have a DMF but cars with 314mm discs do, would i need to have this changed at the same time or is it not as bad as other Veccies that are prone to go though their DMF's.
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    if its a none DMF clutch then it will be cheaper than one with thats for sure and yes ! if it has one the whole thing has to be changed

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    Quote Originally Posted by bembo449 View Post
    if its a none DMF clutch then it will be cheaper than one with thats for sure and yes ! if it has one the whole thing has to be changed
    Why does it HAVE to be changed? If the dmf isn't rattling or causing any problems then just fit the clutch.

    You don't change brake discs just because the pads are worn and the clutch is no different. Change things because they need changed, no point fitting a new dmf if the old one is in good order

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