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Clutch kit Patrol!

Post by G-MAN » 02 Jul 2009 19:19

Hi. A friend needs his Patrol's clutch done, :doh: where can he go( except agents) can someone point me in the right direction! :pray:
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Post by Fanie1 » 02 Jul 2009 20:00

Money, money, money!!!!

In which area is he.....

The patrol has a trucks clutch......
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Post by tour de frans » 02 Jul 2009 20:06

Cape Transmission in stikland,speak to Alleric(eier).Good service and price.They did mine.0219483092
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Post by Alanvs » 03 Jul 2009 09:28

If it is Cape Town, you can also try Leon at Mazal Motors in Wynberg. 0217971550.
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Post by G-MAN » 03 Jul 2009 18:20

Thanks Guys. :thumbup:
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Re: Clutch kit Patrol!

Post by Ross » 06 Jul 2009 08:58

The TB42, TB45 and TD42 engined patrols all take the LUK Nissan Cabstar clutch kit, much cheaper than the stealer part.

If I remember correctly the LUK part number is either MK222 or RMK222.

Not sure what the options are for a TB48. or the 3.0TD

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Post by tour de frans » 06 Jul 2009 13:52

The 4.2 and 4.5 clutch do differ :naughty: They are the same size and all but the 4.5 has a solid centre clutch plate and the 4.2 diesel a cushing centre.Dont mix it ,the diesel will vibrate your ears off!
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Post by Ross » 06 Jul 2009 13:58

tour de frans wrote:The 4.2 and 4.5 clutch do differ :naughty: They are the same size and all but the 4.5 has a solid centre clutch plate and the 4.2 diesel a cushing centre.Dont mix it ,the diesel will vibrate your ears off!
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Okay...good to know. I was just going by what I read in the LUK catalouge a while back when I replaced mine!
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Re: Clutch kit Patrol!

Post by G-MAN » 06 Jul 2009 19:11

Sounds like this could be a bit of a headache! :think:
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Re: Clutch kit Patrol!

Post by tour de frans » 06 Jul 2009 20:13

A agent clucth kit is +-R1800 for the clutch plate,R3500 for the pressure plate and release bearing R350.The rear main seal R1200 ,witch is a one piece,so a clutch job can be expensive without the labour.You can buy a aftermarket kit for R2500,the release bearing they supply is wrong,but buy the agent one.The rearmain seal is not a problem,buy a lose seal aftermarket and with very little machineing make it fit in the old housing.The seal is about R40.A after market clutch work just fine in a petrol 4.5 and just as good in a diesel 4.2 but the gearbox is a little more noizy in neutral on idle,only the diesels.Reason for that is the aftermarket clutch's centre piece springs are harder and carry the enjin noice trough the g-box.Trust me I found it the hard way after the 3rd time I pulled the box. :doh: With the wrong plate in my car the first time it sound like a truck with a cummings enjine and a fuller box that done a million miles.Driveing it in 4th gear (one to one ratio) it change the mirror ajustment,very bad.Any way my car is fixed and runnig like a mouse with socks.
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