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Old 06-02-2018, 04:15 PM
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W123 manual transmission clutch wear limits

Does anyone know the new and replacement limit thicknesses of the clutch lining on the w123 manual transmission (iron box 4 spd)?
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I don't have the numbers. Shouldn't they be the same? Just curious. Why you want to know? If the clutch slips then replace it. If you remove the tranny for whatever reasons then replace it. While you are in there syndrome! It is not something you can measure easily without a lot of work.
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Does anyone know the new and replacement limit thicknesses of the clutch lining on the w123 manual transmission (iron box 4 spd)?

Lining Thickness:
Pressure Plate side - 3.8mm
Flywheel side - 4.0mm


Total permissible wear - 2mm
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Old 06-04-2018, 08:56 AM
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I don't have the numbers. Shouldn't they be the same? Just curious. Why you want to know? If the clutch slips then replace it. If you remove the tranny for whatever reasons then replace it. While you are in there syndrome! It is not something you can measure easily without a lot of work.
Because it doesn't slip. It won't disengage. The clutch hydraulics have been replaced and bled, and the yoke and release bearing are in good shape. I'd be less inhibited with the money shovel if it was slipping but it isn't.
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Lining Thickness:
Pressure Plate side - 3.8mm
Flywheel side - 4.0mm


Total permissible wear - 2mm

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This will resolve all your transmission troubles.

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