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Lu Uk Clutch Or Adl Blue Print Clutch - Which The One I Should Buy?

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Which is the better clutch between LU UK clutch or ADL Blue print clutch - which the one I should buy?

Is the ADL Blue print made in Japan or in Europe?

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is their a price different on them ?

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Which is the better clutch between LU UK clutch or ADL Blue print clutch - which the one I should buy?

Is the ADL Blue print made in Japan or in Europe?

I imagine they source from round the world...

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there is only £10 price difference between the 2.

i was at the shop the ADL BLUEPRINT in Japanese and used in Toyota cars often and more reliable than LU UK

Anyone used a ADL BLUEPRINT clutch and whats your feedback?

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Six of one, half a dozen of the other I would say. By LU UK I presume you mean LUK who manufacture dual mass flywheels for a wide range of vehicles. Blueprint are also very reliable. So either or as it were.

Regards Geoff Peace

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as mentioned before I also presume you mean LuK, I know in the avensis diesel their factory fitted clutches/flywheels are made by LuK and have Toyota also stamped on them. If you car is on original clutch, once you take it out you will see what make is stamped on it. for this reason I would go for LuK, but blueprint would be my 2nd choice.

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