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Old 12-09-2009, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default 1.6 throw out bearing work with 1.8 clutch?

just a quick check, thanks
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What he means is with a 1.8 clutch and flywheel. I sold him my ACT and threw in a 1.8 flywheel. I just wasn't sure if the TOB is fine from the 1.6 so told him to post it up.

Nothing else needed other than the clutch and flywheel, right?
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Rosenthal lists the Throw out bearing the same for 90-05

Finish Line / Rosenthal Mazda Parts & Accessories :: Miata / MX-5 :: Drive Train :: Release Bearing

You also should put in a new Pilot Bearing while you have it all apart.
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Normally I agree on the pilot bearing but the flywheel was removed from a car with 6K in it to add a lightweight flywheel, so he should be OK.
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