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I’ve looked all over, couldn’t find the answer, it is probably obvious. I have a motor I rebuilt that had and auto trans attached to it. My car is a 5speed. When installing the new clutch, do I re-use any of the “main seal” covers that where on with the torque converter?!
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I feel like I should know this but don’t want to get it all together just to pull it apart. Thank you in advance for any knowledge.
 

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No, you should bolt the flywheel directly to the crank. Use new flywheel bolts, don’t reuse them unless they’re ARP or similar. Looks like you’ve got the pilot bearing in there already. You should be good to go.
Thank you. I have brand new flywheel bolts. However, I did have to track down and order the six bolts for the pressure plate cover (found them online from a Toyota dealership along ways away from me).
 
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