Dave - There seems to be a bit of a buildup on bearing surface Should I try to clean it off and then put on a light coating of grease before putting it back in? See also our Throw-out Bearing Replacement procedure. Net yesterday, and it has the little wire clips attached on either side. The original throw-out bearing on Bertie was a carbon ring which rubbed on a chrome coloured ring on the pressure plate -- no ball bearing at all. The bearing should be easy enough to rotate in your hand, and not notchy or lumpy as it rotates. This bearing will age faster if the driver has a 'resty' foot which constantly finds the clutch pedal a convenient place to perch. Net yesterday, and it has the little wire clips attached on either side. Or does yours have a slip-ring my name for it on the inner ends of the fingers?

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It does very little 'sliding' to need any lubrication. I forget which is which -- earlier and later models of clutch are different here -- one has "free" fingers, and one has a ring for the throw-out bearing to touch. They just prevent the throw-out bearing from "leaving" the throw-out fork, they don't take any load at all. Any loose grease in this area is SURE to find it's way on to the clutch plate, and then heelloo slippy clutch. There must have been a change right about then, as my parts supplier sent me the wrong one once. Rob - A clean-up wouldn't hurt, but it should not need any grease on the rubbing surface, as, when you use the clutch, that surface should almost instantly spin up to the engine speed and then be stationary against the clutch fingers not actually stationary of course, but spinning with the clutch plate. I guess the little hook-end clips over the flat arms which project from the operating shaft. Do you have any suggestions that might help me install this new throw-out bearing correctly? It has a clip on either side with a springy-loopy wires that secure the bearing to the little arms that stick down from the release shaft. Rob - I crimped those wire clips a little tighter before I installed them -- the last time I did this job was when the clutch plate went bad two of the fingers went soft and bent slightly , resulting in much clutch shudder and one of the clips being thrown completely off the pin. Net yesterday, and it has the little wire clips attached on either side. Those same rebent clips are still in the car and doing fine. The wires were much looser than I thought they should be, thus my concern. Rob - Yes, though a small amount of wear will not be a problem. The wires were much looser than I thought they should be, thus my concern. Net yesterday, and it has the little wire clips attached on either side. Also check the inner ends of the clutch plate fingers -- these should be bright near the ends where the throw-out bearing touches, but not worn thin -- into a step -- or does yours have a slip-ring my name for it on the inner ends of the fingers? Rob - A clean-up wouldn't hurt, but it should not need any grease on the rubbing surface, as, when you use the clutch, that surface should almost instantly spin up to the engine speed and then be stationary against the clutch fingers not actually stationary of course, but spinning with the clutch plate. The original throw-out bearing on Bertie was a carbon ring which rubbed on a chrome coloured ring on the pressure plate -- no ball bearing at all. The earlier VW throw-out bearings were a carbon ring which needed a smooth surface on the clutch side on which to slip -- no ball bearings or grease here you didn't "ride" this clutch if you wanted the throw-out bearing to last! Dave - There seems to be a bit of a buildup on bearing surface Should I try to clean it off and then put on a light coating of grease before putting it back in? There must have been a change right about then, as my parts supplier sent me the wrong one once. The poor old throw-out bearing was jumping about on the remaining pin, and needed replacing big time. My problem before was that for some reason I took the clips off of the ears on either side of the bearing, and I wasn't sure that I'd reattached them properly. If worn thin into a step I suppose it will be necessary to replace the pressure plate. Rob - Yes, I thought so.

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  • Dogal
    25.08.2018 at 16:13
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    There must have been a change right about then, as my parts supplier sent me the wrong one once.

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  • Shagar
    31.08.2018 at 10:28
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    It has a clip on either side with a springy-loopy wires that secure the bearing to the little arms that stick down from the release shaft. I had a fairly difficult time getting these wires hooked in right, and I never was sure that I had the bearing the right way to.

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