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Old 23-03-15, 08:23 PM   #1
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Default New flywheel & clutch - what about ball joints?

Just after some advice, I'm changing the flywheel and clutch on my pug 407, going for a Valeo solid flywheel & clutch conversion kit read here.

My question is, should I get the front upper and lower ball joints changed at the same time, as they are only 40 for all off ebay, and I guess the front set up will be in bits anyway, so the mechanic might fit the new bits for no extra charge?

But the way I paid 230 for the full kit, and I'm paying 350euro for fitting in France. So 500 all in, not bad.

There seems to be conflicting arguments re changing to solid flywheel, but the link above explains the technical side of doing it, and if you use the correct clutch plate with damping, it should be fine, and last a long time too!
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