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Thread: 1987 K75C clutch throughout bearing/control piston

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    1987 K75C clutch throughout bearing/control piston

    My k75 sounds like the bottom end is falling out. That's supposed to be a symptom sound of a faulty clutch (throughout) bearing. The new style is a bearing and piston combined.

    Does anyone know if the clutch rod needs be replaced at the same time or if I can just remove the bushing on the clutch rod and use the rod with a new piston?

    I'm not sure if the rod and bushing are one part or 2 separate parts??

    thanks for your help
    Bricker2

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    I would expect throwout bearing noise to be primarily present only when the clutch lever is pulled. Is this true in your case? Does the nose change significantly when the clutch is pulled compared to not pulled?

    Go here to see the parts layout: https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/sho...diagId=21_0252
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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