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My clutch and flywheel are gone on my zafira 03 plate

The flywheel is a 2 piece (floating) i want to know if their is a kit available to change it to a one piece clutch assemble

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There is a company in Northern Ireland called Exact Engineering that will courir-collect your malfunctioning floating flywheel, convert it to a single mass flywheel, and courir it back to you. They can also couirir you a fixed single mass Zafira fywheel if they have any in stock.
Their website is and you can email them on

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