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My clutch had just fry,need to replace,want to do

My clutch had just fry,manage to shift without using clutch now,the egine is in mint.would not run anymore,need to replace,want to do it by myself,worries is how to undo and re install.and what are the tools i need in order for me to fix it.many thanks!

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Very big job you would be better off going to a mechanic as if you bought all the tools and equipment it would probably cost you more then getting a pro to fix it

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