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 Posted: Fri Jan 4th, 2019 03:49 pm
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410customs

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Look at your factory clutch disc
It says LUK on it

LUK is OEM or equivalent
YOU NEED to replace the master and the slave at then same time
You are SMART for wanting to use the OEM slave cylinder
It is not a complex part, the price should not be hundreds of dollars like parts stores and some dealers always try to get



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I build custom RBV, specializing in drivetrain conversions, wiring, suspension and complete custom trucks