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    clutch required

    Anyone know where i can get a new clutch assy for my 350 chevy, its got a 153 tooth standard flywheel with a machined face of about 10.3/4 inches. i am based in the uk.
    any suggestions appreciated.

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    Hi,
    Have you tried
    http://www.realsteel.co.uk/

    I bought alot of my SBC 350 components from them.

    From memory, the clutch plate is a mopar part.

    Thanks,
    Mark

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    ^^^^Wot he said!^^^^

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    Thanks Mark
    i will have a look at their website.

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    They are currently in shutdown but are trying to complete email orders once a week. I tried to buy some pushrods last week but haven’t had a reply yet.
    Good luck & keep safe.
    Colin
    Dax Standard Chassis. Ford 302, AOD auto, DB s/s sidepipes, 2017 T reg.

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    Thanks Colin
    Sent them an e-mail today and no reply either,its a tough time and just when petrol heads have time to spare we cant get the parts.

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    Hi, Methoni, Try Precision Clutches Ltd I used them for many years in the motor trade and never had a bad clutch. There own reconditioned are better and cheaper than original.
    They also have a good delivery service. Make shore its the right company in Shaftsbury Dorset, Its a family run business and may be open.
    Neville

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    Clutch specialist as mentioned above is probably the best/cheapest option. They will need to know what gearbox you have - size of input shaft, number of splines. Yours is probably a 10" or 10.5" clutch on a 153 tooth flywheel, as long as the pressure plate and the friction plate match.
    Cheers

    Myles D-W

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