Sachs Dual Mass Flywheel Dmf And Clutch Kit With Csc For Vw Golf 1.9 Tdi Asz
SACHS DUAL MASS FLYWHEEL DMF AND CLUTCH KIT WITH CSC FOR VW GOLF 1.9 TDI ASZ. COMPLETE SACHS DUAL MASS FLYWHEEL, COMPLETE SACHS CLUTCH ASSEMBLY, SLAVE CYLINDER RELEASE BEARING, FLYWHEEL AND CLUTCH BOLTS. This is a direct bolt off/ bolt on replacement for your existing clutch and flywheel with no modifications required. Please see our other listings for upgrade flywheels and clutches and lower prices alternatives. If you need a flywheel and clutch then we are the people to contact! THIS PACKAGE CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING. BRAND NEW SET OF FLYWHEEL BOLTS. BRAND NEW SET OF CLUTCH BOLTS. THIS IS THE FULL LOT... THIS INCLUDES EVERYTHING THAT IS REQUIRED FOR A SUCCESSFUL CLUTCH & FLYWHEEL REPLACEMENT. FOR THE FOLLOWING MODELS OF VEHICLE. Volkswagen Golf MKIV 1.9TDI ASZ ENGINE CODES.
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- Part Manufacturer: Sachs
- Flywheel Part Type: Flywheel
- Brand: Sachs, other
- Manufacturer Part Number: Does Not Apply