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Old 07-05-2021, 10:30 PM   #29
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I would say find a cheaper one bro.

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The market price has increased from last year, I hope I can find cheaper ones, but I got no better choices in my area, cheaper ones are all beaten, heavily modified, or have bad accidents.
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So manual clutch disc lining, pressure plate and bushings are all parts of clutch? What about the throw-out bearing?
yes, the throwout bearing is what allows the clutch fork(which is what the clutch pedal operates) to move the pressure plate fingers to disengage the clutch.

they're trying to absolve themselves from people misusing the clutch and burning it out-- because all of those components are commonly replaced when replacing a clutch assembly. it's no different than their clause to not replace brake rotors and pads, due to people riding their brakes.

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So manual clutch disc lining, pressure plate and bushings are all parts of clutch? What about the throw-out bearing?
All bearings, bushings and contact surfaces are usually exempt from any warranty. As the others have said they are not going to cover things that are subject to abuse or even expected wear. Warranty coverage is for things that should not wear out or break not every single piece of a car.
You have little to worry about with the TOB in a 17+ car but even if you did need to replace it it is not horribly expensive unless it blows and takes the whole clutch out with it.

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It is Canadian pricing so that is dirt cheap for a 17.
Good clean examples are very scarce here so even our normally higher prices have gone way up in the last few months.
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As an aside to this thread, just skimmed through used 2013-2020 BRZ pricing for the first time in a while and was shocked to find most retailing at or slightly below what was at the time of new OTD cost, WTF? I know there’s currently a supply/demand issue across the entire auto industry but still!

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yes, the throwout bearing is what allows the clutch fork(which is what the clutch pedal operates) to move the pressure plate fingers to disengage the clutch.

they're trying to absolve themselves from people misusing the clutch and burning it out-- because all of those components are commonly replaced when replacing a clutch assembly. it's no different than their clause to not replace brake rotors and pads, due to people riding their brakes.
Thank you for this clear explaination!
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You have little to worry about with the TOB in a 17+ car but even if you did need to replace it it is not horribly expensive unless it blows and takes the whole clutch out with it.
Thank you, good to know
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As an aside to this thread, just skimmed through used 2013-2020 BRZ pricing for the first time in a while and was shocked to find most retailing at or slightly below what was at the time of new OTD cost, WTF? I know there’s currently a supply/demand issue across the entire auto industry but still!
Yeah my roommate got a 2016 brz 60k km for CAD 17000 last summer, which is a impossible price for current market. This is why I was so struggling on finding the best deal. I just wanna feel less unfair lol.

My current car is too old and some small problems are starting to occur, don't wanna spend money on it so I have to sell it and buy a car now. Otherwise I would wait for a couple of months.
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As an aside to this thread, just skimmed through used 2013-2020 BRZ pricing for the first time in a while and was shocked to find most retailing at or slightly below what was at the time of new OTD cost, WTF? I know there’s currently a supply/demand issue across the entire auto industry but still!
Yeah just checked and a similar ‘18 brz to mine with 30k mi is going for more than I bought it new. Wondering if I should try to sell and get the new gen for a bit more when it’s out…
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Just wanna say thanks to everyone here. I bought a 2017 86, CAD 23500 all in with 3 year warranty. Preparing for the track!
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