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Hello all!
I have Golf MK4 engine code AHF-2000 y. and I need to replace clutch disk. Here are pictures of my dual mass flywheel:

It is freewheeling

Do I need to replace dual mass flywheel? Transmission is manual.
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A little bit of movement is normal since it's designed to dampen engine vibration. However, too much is not normal. From your picture, 1 cm looks OK. However, that doesn't mean the damper inside is good, it could also be bad.
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If you are planning to use the old one don't forget to clean the friction surface with sand paper. It is recommended to cut it like brake discs but if you did not have any vibrations I would just use sand paper then brake cleaner.
 

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Actually, if you resurface a flywheel you should use a grinding stone, not cut it like brake discs since a brake lathe can leave some bumps and ridges. A grinding stone will leave it uniform.
 
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