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Which way clutch fits to flywheel 89 l200 2litre ute iforgot to take note taking oild one off

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It will only fit one way, if you place it on the flywheel it must be flush, if it wrong the clutch springs will interfear with the pressure plate, most have the springs protruding away from the engine

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