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    Active Member One Ring
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    1.8t manual input shaft seal?

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    I am changing my clutch due to slipage and found out that the input shaft seems to be where the oil is getting to the clutch. Where in the hell can I get a replacemnt seal and "dished washer" for the input shaft? Thanx.

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    Registered User Four Rings Sales@RAI's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wer138 View Post
    I am changing my clutch due to slipage and found out that the input shaft seems to be where the oil is getting to the clutch. Where in the hell can I get a replacemnt seal and "dished washer" for the input shaft? Thanx.
    actually just got one for my trans. Shot you a PM

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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings ECS Tuning-Audi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wer138 View Post
    I am changing my clutch due to slipage and found out that the input shaft seems to be where the oil is getting to the clutch. Where in the hell can I get a replacement seal and "dished washer" for the input shaft? Thanx.
    We've got the input shaft seal available here - click me for $5.95.

    I haven't done the input shaft seal on my car (knock on wood) so I'm not certain what washer you need. If you can get me a part number we can order that up too. If you don't know the part number we can check ETKA for you.

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