Al I can say is WOW......
If you want to make a million KM's, you may want to get an appliance type car, like a Toyota Corolla.
Re-read my post. For longevity, there are specific things you have to understand and address or you will have problems.
If you want your clutch to last, you don't mix and match new and used parts. Like Chitty said, you may well have a LUK clutch with a replaced Sachs friction disk. did you see Sachs stamped on the OEM clutch?
With this kind of stuff, the Devil really is in the details but hey, it's just my 2 Cents, and seriously, I'm only trying to help.
Last edited by Ol'Rattler; 05-10-2012 at 04:28 AM.