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I've got a complete hks gd max clutch- one of the plates is shot and not 100% sure why the pedal went soft before it started slipping... Yours if you want it for spares? I've now got an Exedy twin HD and the pedal is damn site heavier. On the upside the Exedy snatches and rattles far less that the HKS.

FYI the hks clutch was discontinued 4 years ago and Ross Sport couldn't source me any parts, hence the complete new one. Also the release bearing can't be removed from the pressure plate in situ. You will see a small stainless bracket ontop of the bell housing with a 10mm nut. This is the pivot rod, pull that out and the release arm will stay in the bell housing allowing you to separate the box from the engine- only took an hour to suss this at the weekend! :(
 

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Whats Ads is saying is correct. But there are 2 types of HKS clutch.

The GD series and the Light Action series.

The Light Action is an Exedy made clutch that replaced the GD series. We never found out the manufacturer of the GD series, possibly Tilton, but it was never officially confirmed.

Light Action spares are still available.
 
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