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    clutch 1300 marina.

    my clutch is juddering where the best place to by one from.also do spline dia same thro range. can not find engine no. not on right hand side or anyware

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    Re: clutch 1300 marina.

    Quote Originally Posted by victorday_31 View Post
    my clutch is juddering where the best place to by one from.also do spline dia same thro range. can not find engine no. not on right hand side or anyware
    The 1.3 clutch plate is a smaller dia and less splines than the 1.8.
    Cant say that one supplier is better than the other.
    Clutch judder is invariably due to a glazed flywheel/pressure plate, only visible once you strip everything apart. Pressure plate can be replaced, but the flywheel may require light machining, a second hand one, may be exactly the same.
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    Re: clutch 1300 marina.

    Before you go pulling the box out to change the clutch, check the engine mountings are intact and its not the engine jumping up and down.
    Ben Caswell probably not the last word on anything here!!

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    Re: clutch 1300 marina.

    Quote Originally Posted by b_caswell View Post
    Before you go pulling the box out to change the clutch, check the engine mountings are intact and its not the engine jumping up and down.
    Good call.
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    Re: clutch 1300 marina.

    thank you for your help

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    Re: clutch 1300 marina.

    Also gearbox mounting

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