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MGB Clutch Problem??

Every time I push in the clutch on my 1980 MGB I feel a kind of circular kind of pulsating on my foot. I replaced the clutch and the throw out bearing last year. Is this something to be concerned about? Will the clutch go again?

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Can you hear bearing noise? if yes the bearing is factory defect, if not, then your clutch diaphragm is the factory defect one. it might go again specially if it's got a crack starting.

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The problem with the MG clutches is they use a carbon thrust washer instead of a conventional bearing, they wear out very quick if the clutch adjustment is wrong or the driver rests their foot on the clutch and never hold the car on the clutch at lights the carbon will be dust! Usually the clutches should be coil sprung not diaphram, these can be upset by rough fitting.

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