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Old 01-04-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
MyOtherRideIsUrMom
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2007 WRX WRB-18G EWG
2014 Outback LTD ISM

Default Clutch change 2007 WRX 18G EWG 176,000 miles

I tow, have elevated power levels, and drive A LOT. I was getting some sounds, and wanted to be safe. The first time I put it back together, I forgot to affix the clutch fork spring, and had to take it apart. Dropped a socket, had to open it again, then it wouldnt shift and came to the realization I messed up. It must have been misaligned, and the trans shaft got pressed onto the clutch.

Still in the process of fixing that mistake, but at least its moving along again. At the same time I changed my plugs, replaced the engine mounts with Group-N, welded up an exhaust leak, changed my coilovers for stock (winter), put on winter wheels, changed a leaking rear traverse link bushing, changed tranny and diff fluid, new cabin filter, ball joints, tie rod ends and new swaybar bushings. Need new rear brake pads, but that will be next weekend.

After 176,000 miles, lots of towing of a 4x8 trailer, TD05-18G turbo, EWG, lots of other stuff, the clutch still has lots of pad. The clutch disc had a loose spring, the bearing in the throw out bearing and flywheel was "crunchy" and the pressure plate had some wear. The TOB, clutch fork, flywheel, and clutch is all Subaru.









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