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I am not really sure, but it is curious that Rimmers list the three part kit as different part numbers for the Sprint (RT1069) and the 2000 range (GCK282) and at different prices. It would appear to me that they would not be the same. I always get my clutch kits from CW.
The benefits of the longer one is literally better filtration. The clutch pipe union only needs a little slackening in order to aim the metal end of the pipe towards the sump. I have never ever had to re bleed the clutch after doing this because the flange is still pressing a little against the seat...
Good progress there. I do however question the fitting of the oil filter horizontally, the oil can still drain back at this angle. When fitted vertically the entire canister remains full, and in 30 years of using these, I have never had stone damage because it is behind the cross member!
- Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:46 am
- Forum: Engine
- Topic: D45 distributor points/condensor fitting
- Replies: 9
- Views: 242
The condenser and low tension supply wires are supplied as one with a brass flat blade in between part no GSC109. this slides into the folded end of the spring steel as shown on the photograph with the wires facing away from the post on the points. The post has the plastic insulator on it against wh...