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Re: Dual mass flywheel (archive)

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Posted by funfer on January 11, 2001 at 19:19:53:

In Reply to: Dual mass flywheel posted by Newman on January 11, 2001 at 16:01:47:

I don't know about the years involved with the dual mass flywheel, but I have one on my 88 528. I think they do not include the m30 motors. Yes the disc is different as is the TO bearing. ...and Yes the single mass flywheels are interchangeable provided you convert everything over. You would have to change all of it. Since my dual mass flywheel was rattling and I was due for a new clutch I wanted to keep everything stock. I found a NEW flywheel for $100 at a supplier in Houston. This was cheaper than the alternative. You can convert using any single year combination from the 'i' models.

What is the difference betweeen this and a regular clutch disc? What years of 528e take which and would there be a problem interchanging them?

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