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some one please help a fellow supra owner out. i just got my RPS CC and the last thing thats stopping me from getting my car done and on the dyno is the stupid clutch alignment tool. the shop that its at wont do it with out it. i changed the stock clutch once at scroc by bolting on the flywheel and then sliding the disc and PP onto the input shaft and sliding the tranny on and bolting it down through the cover plates along the side. could anyone recommend this method for installing the RPS CC or should i wait for an alignment tool? also anyone want to let me borrow theirs for a day or ill just buy it from you. i live in torrance any help would be appreciated.
 

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Same installation procedure on the rps cc as the stock stuff... the input shaft is your alignment tool. Bolt up the flywheel, slide the pressure plate and discs onto the input shaft, bolt up the trans to the motor, and use the inspection holes in the trans to secure the pressure plate to the flywheel.

I'd question the shop doing the work if they can't understand that concept.
 
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