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Thread: Clutch Change on F50

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    Saw this on Joe Macari Servicings insta, and we though changing a clutch in ours was tedious they have to split the F50 in two!

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    Forum Owner Conaero's Avatar
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    Due to the F1 technologies they implemented with the F40, there is not a traditional rear subframe and the suspension is bolted onto the gearbox.

    Very cleaver and the back comes off pretty easily if you know what your doing by the looks of it.


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    Looks like they keep pulling it and finding extra bolts!

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