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Ok, so I ordered my clutch kit from MWR. The problem is it came with 2 allignment tools, and a whar seems to be a bearing for each one.

One tool has a rubber bearing, and this one fits partly into the flywheel, and I'm guessing that's where the other end of the tool goes, to make sure the clutch is alligned, right? Does it stay there once tool is pulled out? Can't see how I would take it out even...

The other tool, has what LOOKS like a pilot bearing. (Rubber with metal out trim) my issue is that as far as I've read.. we don't have one? Does this go somewhere else? Useless bearing? What am I missing here...
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I only got the pilot bearing with my Exedy kit. It doesn't fit anywhere, and my car didn't have one installed when I first took it apart. I had to align the clutch without the tool by hand...which I somehow managed to do. I'm not sure about the rubber thing that you mentioned. If you use the rubber thing and leave it in there, make sure it's seated very firmly and won't fly out later on.

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Alright, so don't worry about the pilot bearing? Not part of our cars?

I'll see if I can get the rubber piece out, but I don't think I'll be able to. I think it goes on the opposite side of the tool, just to make sure I'm perfectly straight. We actually put the clutch on last time by eying it, but I also had problems since day 1 of rebuild. Whether that was because clutch.. idk, it looks fine, but im using the tool this time anyway
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Yeah, no pilot bearing

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