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    Default Honday City 2005 Clutch-Pressure Plates (Kabuli or New?)

    Dear Experts,
    My Honda City 2005's clutch is almost worn off and I'll be replacing it soon. I just have a couple of questions:

    1) Should I go for the Kabuli or Brand New Clutch and Pressure Plates Set
    2) What would be the cost of Kabuli and Brand New Clutch and Pressure Plates Set

    Some of the mechanics were insisting on installing Kabuli... don't know why.

    Location: Karachi

    Thank you.

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    nothing but brand new will do the job . no idea abt the price but can be cross chk with 3s dealer and plaza, i heard parts made by aisin are good.
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    thanks, asked the honda drive-in, the parts are costing 25,750 w/o labour
    so i guess need to visit plaza for the new ones

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    You must go for new ones. And aisin brand is nice. Running in my car from approx 8 months n no issues whatsoever.

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