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Clutch for T4 EurovanCV

neofeudal

neofeudal

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Pennsylvania USA
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T4 PopTop
I own a 1995 T4 Westfalia (marked Eurovan CV) and I need a clutch assembly. My international VIN is WV2PE0701SH063880.

My garage (a VW dealership in the US) cannot seem to find a clutch for this model for the life of them. Last year, they did half a job by machining the flywheel, but it has gone out again and they need to find the rest. Is there a place anywhere on earth that offers these parts? Or should we retrofit the engine somehow to accept more readily available parts?
 
sidepod

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I own a 1995 T4 Westfalia (marked Eurovan CV) and I need a clutch assembly. My international VIN is WV2PE0701SH063880.

My garage (a VW dealership in the US) cannot seem to find a clutch for this model for the life of them. Last year, they did half a job by machining the flywheel, but it has gone out again and they need to find the rest. Is there a place anywhere on earth that offers these parts? Or should we retrofit the engine somehow to accept more readily available parts?
Why? Is it something special or rare?
 
Ozzy Pete

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Have you tried Autodoc.co.uk
They seem to have just about everything for a T4.
 
Alied

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Bristol
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T6 Beach 150
They appear to only have two items in their entire database that match this model, see search result: https://www.autodoc.co.uk/spares-search?keyword=clutch&maker_id=121&model_id=42534&car_id=145828
Found a Sachs one but doesn't come with a release bearing? 2.8 VR6


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neofeudal

neofeudal

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Location
Pennsylvania USA
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T4 PopTop
Thanks buddy. Challenge is, I need the flywheel, too. And it is the flywheel that is proving most ellusive! Seriously ellusive. I think I am losing my mind, in fact. How hard can it be?!? :)
 
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