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See pics on my CL ad here: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/pts/d/walnut-creek-mkiii-vw-eurospec-flywheel/7207554977.html

I purchased a clutch kit from an online seller for my MKIV Jetta TDI and they sent me this one by mistake. Since it didn't fit, it didn't get installed. The parts have been sitting around in my garage for almost 2 years. I believe them to be for various MKIII 2.8L V6's and TDI as well as 90-95 V6 Corrados. These are some beefy, quality parts, not Rockauto no-name stuff. However, do your due diligence for fitment because these are all as-is. Here's what's in it:

1. Eurospec 228 mm cast (not billet) steel 21 lb. flywheel (3 pin version). It has light surface rust from just sitting around. A brillo pad will take it off if you're worried about it. The face is in great shape. It doesn't have a part number engraved or marked on it, but I believe it to be Eurospec # 028105269b. These are about $200 new.

2. Sachs Pressure Plate. A little surface rust on the housing. Light rust but no pits on the face where it would matter. The part number marked on it is 3082 231 031. I believe it to be equivalent to VW # 021 141 025F, but I'm not a parts guy.

3. Sachs Clutch Disc. The part number marked on it is 1862 393 031. This is probably equivalent to VW #021 141 031C.

4. Sachs Throwout Bearing. The part number marked on it 3151 000 388. This is probably equivalent to VW #02A 141 165M.

5. New loctite coated flywheel bolts (6 pieces).

The Sachs stuff was probably a kit - Sachs # K7003801. These go for around $160. The bolts go for around $25. So that's $385 worth of parts for $50. LOCAL PICKUP ONLY near Heather Farms in Walnut Creek. Text or email via CL ad as I am not on the forums all the time.
 
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