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So I'm in the process of my rebuild got the tranny pulled and it's liquid metal on the inside. It didn't have any fluid in it due to not having a seal on the diff side. So I'm buying parts to replace everything that's shot. Upon scrolling eBay I found this clutch which is advertised as a modular. My question for you guys is if this was modular why would it have the bolts in the sides. If it's a non-modular then it's the deal of the day right?. It's also got six springs inside of it if that makes much of a difference
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So I'm in the process of my rebuild got the tranny pulled and it's liquid metal on the inside. It didn't have any fluid in it due to not having a seal on the diff side. So I'm buying parts to replace everything that's shot. Upon scrolling eBay I found this clutch which is advertised as a modular. My question for you guys is if this was modular why would it have the bolts in the sides. If it's a non-modular then it's the deal of the day right?. It's also got six springs inside of it if that makes much of a difference View attachment 147904
That is odd. All of the modular clutches ive taken out were riveted.

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