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Which clutch do I need? 1994 Fiat Hymer Ducato 2.5td

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Gloucester Road Gearboxes are ready to fit my reconditioned gearbox , but I have burnt the clutch in the final act of getting it off the road whilst stuck in 5th. They are recommending replacement, which I agree with. They are not sure which clutch will work. Any clear guidance would be very gratefully received. Last time (<2 years ago) the people that fitted it gave the reg number to a local parts supplier and it worked fine, but GRGB have said their 3 suppliers are not sure which clutch will fit.

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your vin number is the best reference for parts.
maybe sprinta could help you. send him a PM he knows about clutches.

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If you contact Brownhills parts dept. they are very helpful.

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Had a brainwave and called the people that sourced it last time. Got a part number, called the Bristol branch, Ģ70 delivered. Had a call about 1230 today and Velma is fully working, recon gearbox, new clutch, road tested and ready to go. Including the new clutch, labour, fluids Ģ1515. It cost me Ģ505 to get it from Falmouth to Bristol as I had run out of Green Flag trips.

I will pick it up in the next couple of days, but currently if anyone has gearbox replacement needs I would recommend Gloucester Road Gearboxes. They had it fixed within 24 hours. Wish I had gone there 2 years ago! 12,000 mile, 12 month warranty.

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Glad to hear you are back on the road.

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