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ARK steel clutch alignment tool

 

Are you tired of trying to align your dual disc clutch with a flimsy piece of plastic? Get ARK Design's Steel Alignment Tool and call it a day! ARK Design is proud to introduce the North American availability of the ARK Design Steel Clutch Alignment Tool for Subaru GRB and Mitsubishi CZ4A.

Constructed of High Carbon Billet Steel, the alignment tools are also heat treated for increased hardness to avoid the cracking, shredding, and stripping common to plastic tools and are perfect for installing an ARK Design G700 Clutch Kit. Get it aligned right, the first time; alignment tools are available in our online store for Subaru (GRB) and Mitsubishi (CZ4A) applications.

The following applications are now available for the ARK Design Clutch Alignment Tools:

 

 

PN# DESCRIPTION MSRP
07-0000M-01 Clutch Alignment Tool - Mitsubishi EVO X CZ4A
$75
07-0000S-01 Clutch Alignment Tool - Subaru STI GRB
$75

 

ARK G700 Cluch Kit

 

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Comments
Mike Kojima
Mike Kojimalink
Sunday, February 06, 2011 1:30 AM
Using steel really does make a big difference.
Fly'n_Z
Fly'n_Zlink
Sunday, February 06, 2011 9:08 AM
I can see how it would, I've had nothing but grief using plastic alignment tools.
Eric Hsu
Eric Hsulink
Sunday, February 06, 2011 11:00 AM
Steel alignment tools make life sooo much easier with twin and triple plate clutches too. No more having to use transmission input shafts with these tools.
jamal
jamallink
Sunday, February 06, 2011 1:42 PM
any shop who does frequent Subaru transmission and clutch work probably has a pile of input shafts with stripped 1st or 2nd. A few minutes with a bandsaw and you have a free one. I should start cutting them up and selling $75 alignment tools!
Eric Hsu
Eric Hsulink
Sunday, February 06, 2011 10:13 PM
I don't know that any shop that does frequent Subaru transmission and clutch work probably has a pile of input shafts with stripped 1st or 2nd. After all I doubt any Subaru dealership has a pile of stripped input shafts.
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