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    Here are the present numbers :

    flywheel: ZSB 03L 105 266 BQ
    clutch disc: LUK hulu4 022 141 031 S
    pressure plate: 03L 141 025 T
     
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    A bit complex to do on my iPad, at work I would be using two PC’s to cross check all the numbers. According to Tec Doc that should be the correct LUK kit for your car. To have a mixture of Sachs and LUK from the factory is nothing unusual, som part numbers are interchangeable and others aren’t... a complex subject so go with whichever Sachs or LUK kit your suppler says as it is their job to get it right although against REG number or even VIN look up, none genuine parts suppliers do make a LOT of time costly mistakes (Using so called K type numbers) so when I order something I decide what comes in as I make less mistakes than they do by putting the applications through ETKA FI Suggestion and then finding the aftermarket manufacturers cross reference number using Tec Doc, this way I keep **** up’s to a minimum.
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    Hi there, I think I will go with the one you sent and cross fingers, when I put the numbers from the parts that came off, No parts come up with those numbers. So fingers crossed, and would you mind confirming that (G 052 171) is the gearbox oil spec I need please?

    EDIT : I can find a kit with the same Flywheel number, but none of the other part numbers match up with the other parts I have, or other kits, driving me nuts. I don't know how you do it mate and at the same time be patient and take the time to explain to people like me
    . Worst case sénario it will get sent back.
     
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    In my life of being an independent VAG specialist garage, parts supply is THE most irritating, stressful and frustrating part of my job. I have ALL the tools (official and not so) to find out what how and where so I can give a supplier their own part number and still they **** it up a good 20% of the time. I must say that Euro Car Parts seem to have improved markedly in the last few months... possibly being less busy has allowed them more time to take care. One point that can shock you is how slow parts supply inside the UK can be. A number of times I have ordered odd ball things from the USA at the same time as a normal part from the UK, both for the same car, and the part from the USA arrives first.
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    In France the shipping takes a while too, most of the time 1 - 2 weeks. From all the car parts I have ordered (touch wood) I have only received 1 wrong part. Hopefully it will stay that way. The clutch kit and oil is on its way. I will keep this post updated when all back together and hopefully driving.

    Thank you again for all the time you have spent helping me out. I really appreciate it.
     
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    And Im back ! Shipping took a while, had to run around a bit but finally got the parts last night, fitted everthing this afternoon. Only hiccup was the gear selection was funky, so had to put the lever in home position etc. Once again Crasher you were spot on on the parts, I can't thank you enough for all your help. Car drives like a dream, clutch and gears are better than before !

    Thank you again, and have a good weekend all. Jo
     
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