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I have my parts list:

Part Number Description
21 21 7 688 214 Spring
21 21 2 332 974 Press. Plate
21 21 7 670 456 Clutch Plate
21 21 2 333 449 Clutch Hsg. Cover
21 21 1 454 417 Bolt
21 21 1 242 377 Clutch Washer
21 52 2 333 433 *Output (Slave)Cylinder
21 52 2 332 604 Gasket
23 21 1 230 440 Felt
23 12 7 656 019 Shaft Seal
23 12 7 705 086 Shaft Seal
12 41 2 305 976 Gasket Ring
11 61 1 464 912 Clamp
11 00 9 062 736 Repair Kit
11 21 1 460 456 O-Ring
11 21 1 460 696 Press Ring
11 21 1 460 797 Nut M20X1.5
11 11 7 666 186 Shaft Seal (rear main)
11 62 7 662 083 Gasket Ring
07 12 9 908 137 Stud 8x55

Witch one replaces the Viton Oring and where do I order one from?
 

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send me your mail address and I'll mail one to you. <snipesb(at)cnw.com >
Do you need the tools for the job? 30mm cut out socket, flywheel lock, all the stuff made in the Clymer manual? If so, I can ship that to you and then you mail it back when finished. I send it USPS priority for about 15$, just put that back in the box when your finished and mail it back to me. If you have not read this thread, I seriously suggest you do:
http://www.i-bmw.com/showthread.php?t=38451
 

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Just sent you an email.
As I mentioned in my email I got the tools from a few great members here on the forum
I know I'm late to the LT game but I think with all of the information here by the time I'm done this could be about the best ride for the money out there
(By doing it myself of course)
 

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Just sent you an email.
As I mentioned in my email I got the tools from a few great members here on the forum
I know I'm late to the LT game but I think with all of the information here by the time I'm done this could be about the best ride for the money out there
(By doing it myself of course)
You might just be right about being the best thing out there for the money :)

Word from someone who knows. Make sure you unplug all the 4 sensor plugs on the left side. I forgot the bottom one and when lowering the engine, it stretched the wire and killed the temp sensor. Couldn't see that happening from where I was. Also, leave the reverser switches in place. The trans will come off without removing them. They are fragile and can be damaged easily.

Good luck on the job. Doing it yourself is always best as long as you or someone with you is good with a wrench.
 

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I have my parts list:

Part Number Description
21 21 7 688 214 Spring
21 21 2 332 974 Press. Plate
21 21 7 670 456 Clutch Plate
21 21 2 333 449 Clutch Hsg. Cover
21 21 1 454 417 Bolt
21 21 1 242 377 Clutch Washer
21 52 2 333 433 *Output (Slave)Cylinder
21 52 2 332 604 Gasket
23 21 1 230 440 Felt
23 12 7 656 019 Shaft Seal
23 12 7 705 086 Shaft Seal
12 41 2 305 976 Gasket Ring
11 61 1 464 912 Clamp
11 00 9 062 736 Repair Kit
11 21 1 460 456 O-Ring
11 21 1 460 696 Press Ring
11 21 1 460 797 Nut M20X1.5
11 11 7 666 186 Shaft Seal (rear main)
11 62 7 662 083 Gasket Ring
07 12 9 908 137 Stud 8x55

Witch one replaces the Viton Oring and where do I order one from?

As I recall, this is where I bought mine. I can't confirm as I am away on a business trip, but I am 98% sure this was my source.

4mm X 19mm V75 Viton O-ring Black [V4.00X019] : The O-Ring Store LLC, We make getting O-Rings easy!
 

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Thanks everyone
Beech has dropped on in the mail to me.
I'll let you know when I get this thing up and running.
 
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