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WTB clutch release bearing

Postby 3Porsche » February 7th, 2012, 10:28 am

Hey guys any advise on where best to get a GTI clutch release bearing?

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Re: WTB clutch release bearing

Postby chris1388 » February 7th, 2012, 11:42 pm

Take it out and take it with you to jurawans and mathuras and try your luck. If not Lifestyle motors is your only option.

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Re: WTB clutch release bearing

Postby whizpig » February 8th, 2012, 8:48 am

interesting and general rule of thumb i have learnt, don't go asking for suzuki anything, no one has it, but if you take out the part and go to the parts store and say "i want one of these" you are much more likely to get the part. Suzuki's use many parts that can be found in other more popular cars. In fact we should start a database of other manufacturer's parts that are a direct fit in suzukis

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Re: WTB clutch release bearing

Postby chris1388 » February 8th, 2012, 11:22 am

What whizpig said is very true and works for some parts. Still try what he said above at mathuras and jurawans but release bearings suzuki release bearing are normally proprietary and only work on that said car and clutch. I looked everywhere for the bearing for my car, could not get it and had to go to lifestyle.

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Re: WTB clutch release bearing

Postby 3Porsche » February 8th, 2012, 5:51 pm

Damn man, the car is great, but all this drama for parts man, wow, but thanks for the information guys. I am trying to stay original as much as possible, but when water is more than flour- as they say, i converting the car, to something faster, if i dont sell by then.

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Re: WTB clutch release bearing

Postby chris1388 » February 8th, 2012, 9:33 pm

That is the problem we all face with these suzuki's my friend...great cars but parts too damn hard to get and expensive if you can. Call lifestyle and ask the price of the bearing just for so....if its like 500 or so that not that bad

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