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Re: TECH ADVICE NEEDED! Flywheel 'slop' (more (archive)

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Posted by ///ARINUTS... on June 19, 2000 at 21:49:56:

In Reply to: TECH ADVICE NEEDED! Flywheel 'slop' (more) posted by VDRZANE on June 19, 2000 at 12:03:48:

Your Flywheel is fine. Sounds normal. the springs you are referring to are for dampening. BMW put the springs inside the flywheel on the e36 (and E30/e28 eta) for added dampening. So if your car is shifting fine and no problems when driving it is fine.
Now the problem with that flywheel is it is very heavy. if you knew about this before you did the clutch, you could have gotten a lighter flywheel and different clucth assembly to match. But thats up to you and i couldn't tell you which one to use since i don't e36's. but to me your flywheel sounds fine.


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