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Old 22-06-2015, 03:03 AM   #1
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help! Clutch for ENR34

hey there, i need to replace my clutch on my ENR34, AWD N/A skyline. I just tried searching the forums, and im still unsure about what style my clutch is, push or pull. its a hydraulic clutch, from the master, a line leads straight down to the slave which then pushes a rod towards the rear of the car, since no one ever talks about this car, and its AWD i really dont know.

Any help please. and if you want too say this has been talked about a million times, please link me to a thread where this has been addressed. Thank you!
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Old 22-06-2015, 07:47 AM   #2
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all 34s are pull type clutchs
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oh sorry folks didnt see these replies. a local shop is helping me out, getting a nismo supper copper for a GTT, full kit (flywheel and all that fun stuff). he said it will bolt on, if it doesnt i get refund.
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No sir i just learned the hard way, my GT4 is a push type.
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No sir i just learned the hard way, my GT4 is a push type.
possibly had the box changed to a 32 gtr one as all 34s i have worked on were pull type however yours is a unique one
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