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Sachs Clutch K1675-06Shop All Sachs
Part # K1675-06
SKU # 325737
Price Not Available
Estimated delivery Mar. 6
|Clutch Slave Cylinder Included
|Pilot Bushing Included
|Mounting Hardware Included
|Disc Type Sprung Solid
|New Or Remanufactured Clutch
|Pressure Plate Bolt Hole Quantity
|Flywheel Bolts Included
|Input Shaft Diameter
|Alignment Tool Included
|Pressure Plate Bolts Included
|Input Spline Quantity
|Release Bearing Included
|Pilot Bearing Included
|Clutch Disc Diameter
|Pressure Plate Type
|Clutch Engagement Characteristic
In order to reduce installation time, SACHS Clutch Kits come with everything needed for installation: cover, disc, releaser, pilot tool, pilot bearing or bushing (if required) and spline lube pack. SACHS clutch kits are made up of two main components, the clutch friction disc and the clutch pressure plate. Both of these components transfer torque from the flywheel to the transmission. There are several different types of manual transmission clutches in terms of operation but they all perform the same basic function. Clutches are a pure wear item. In some cases you may have the option to replace a pressure plate or clutch disc separately but its always best to replace both at the same time along with other components such as the rear main seal, pilot bearing, release bearing, and shifter parts.
- Application Matched for OE Form, Fit, and Function
- OE matched clutch components ensure a trouble free installation and years of reliable service
- Renew clutch feel while getting rid of slippage
- Installation time reduced with all needed components and spline lubricant included
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