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Dual Mass Flywheel

Hey Guys,

I have a dual mass flywheel that is out of round, giving me a little "shake" (about 20% of the time)when I let the clutch out. How long can I let this go before I have to replace (with a single mass flywheel)? The clutch hooks up fine, no slipping. I only feel this "shake" at idle, not at speed. Am I going to damage anything if I let this "shaking" go?

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post #2 of 6 Old 10-29-2007, 03:27 PM
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If its shaking it could be on its way out,best plan on gettin one soon I'd say. Ive seen them like that when they come apart your done.

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OK, I'll plan on it. What will that cost me...roughly?

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Depends on who you use, South Bend clutches are good but expensive,I think someone on the site said around $1000. I think they have aweb site you might check it out.

99 F350 4x4 dually
7.3 w/K&N af
4" exh into 6" Aussies stacks
4"lift &35" tires
CC mod HP crossover line
Beans stage II 120hp injectors
D66 turbo
ITP regulated return
reburn on TS= 25,high idle,60,100,120,140hp
updated ecm (2000 model)
Dyno#'s 360hp and 965 ft lbs trq
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Thanks 460+. SHould I just do the clutch at the same time, kinda makes sense I guess?
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Useualy the flywheel and clutch kit come together. Your welcome.

99 F350 4x4 dually
7.3 w/K&N af
4" exh into 6" Aussies stacks
4"lift &35" tires
CC mod HP crossover line
Beans stage II 120hp injectors
D66 turbo
ITP regulated return
reburn on TS= 25,high idle,60,100,120,140hp
updated ecm (2000 model)
Dyno#'s 360hp and 965 ft lbs trq
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