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We have been asked by a customer to replace a clutch on a 3000 twin turbo 4wd gto on a h reg could somebody give us some idea of what sort of job it is and how long its likley to take thanks trevor Eynsford garage

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  • trevorj65 Oct 29, 2008

    thanks for the information have now worked out a price for my customer we shall wait and see if he wants it done.



    thanks again

    trevor

    eynsford garage

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With a lift and tranny jack, it'll probably take a full 8hr day to do it, if you have never done one before.
here is a COMPLETE WRITE-UP on the process to give you an idea of whats involved.

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