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speed_celica
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speed_celica Nov 17, 11:08pm - #329158 

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For those with aftermarket flywheel

Did you have to get new bolts (flywheel bolts) in order to install the new flywheel? I was told the stock ones have to be broken in order to take the old flywheel out. Is that true? If so did you get the new bolts from Toyota?
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FastCelicaGT22 Nov 18, 2:49am - #329159 

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When they say broken. They are refering to using a air tool to break lose the bolts. The bolts will be on very very tight and you will not be able to get them off by hand. You dont need to get new bolts. you can use the ones you will take off.

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speed_celica
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speed_celica Nov 18, 4:25pm - #329160 

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Ooooh, that's what they meant! Gotcha! thumbsup
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