Working on ordering the parts for a clutch job on my convertible. Wondering what else I need to order for the job. Ignore the air shields. I also have the locking pins from genuine saab and the lubricant for the input shaft as well.
Definitely do the rear main seal. Corteco is the OEM if you want to go non-factory. There are hints around here on how to install it without damaging it.
There's a tiny little o-ring on the end of the fluid tube that goes into the junction block. Order one of those. I would also order one of the clips that holds the junction block to the slave. Mine popped a couple times and we had to bend it before we got it to stay... next time I'd just put a fresh one on.
The WIS says you have to replace the flywheel bolts (one time use) but no one seems to.
When I replaced a NG900 2.3L RMS after 7 years and 75k Mobil-1 miles, its sealing lip was hard as wood. Stamped "FPM" so I guess it was fluoropolymer. Don't know the brand. Replaced it with a National 3772 silicone RMS available from several local parts retailers. So will see how long that one lasts.