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post #1 of 4 Old 10-01-2005, 12:10 AM Thread Starter
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Can you resurface a clutch pressure plate?

Like it says, is this possible. My clutch has very few miles on it, but Ive definitly put some heat to it and am curious if it is possible to resurface the pressure plate. Thanks.


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Not that I know of. You can do the Flywheel.


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If you turn or grind material from pressure plate surface the clamping force on the clutch disc would be affected so answer to your question is NO.

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I had a similar problem recently. I took a nylon pad that you put on a drill or air grinder and just took the glaze off. I don't know if it hurt it or did any good, but my clutch is working just fine.
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