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OK, I am in the middle of my clutch install. This is my first time, and am trying to figure out if I need to just grease the pilot shaft or if I need to grease both the pilot shaft and T/O bearing (a.k.a. release bearing)?

From the picture below, do I grease (A) the pilot shaft or (B) the bearing part of the throw out bearing or both (A) and (B)?



All help is appriciated...
 

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part A
 

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^^^ That's affirmative. Try adding some anti-seize to the grease to prevent a gritchy clutch pedal after a few months.
 

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That there is a pic of my tranny ready to go in. You can sort of see what part of the t/o bearing was greased, which is consistent with what serchef said.
 

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serchef said:
Thanks guys, I wasn't 100% sure...

We'll, the car is driving now and has excellent pedal feel with the new Clutchnet disk/PP combo. The only problem now is the passanger side CV boot that ripped sometime during the removal/install process :rolleyes: Guess, that will be on my list for next month's work.
 

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nx2000racer said:
sooner than that i hope :D :cool:
I wrapped duct tape around the torn section of the boot, it has not leaked any grease.... this after driving on it for about 30 miles last night and today.

T-25 goes on the first week of March, so it will get replaced then.
 
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