Its not hard at all and you do not have to pull the motor. if you have a floor jack you can buy a transmission adapter for it and just drop the transmission from under the car. Then you pull your old clutch out spray your fly wheel with brake cleaner inspect the pilot shaft align the new clutch with the alignment tool put everything back together and presto you just installed a new clutch. Okay its much more agrevating then that but its not to bad.
so what...some shops charge that for camshaft install...or a timing belt install..hell...shops quote 10 hrs of labor for a turbo install...thats 600+ dollars...is it hard??? no..if u have no clue how a clutch works and are good with tools and cars....you can do it...just be sure to ask your friends craftsman and HELMS...
Turbo installs are much easier than clutch installs. Even with a helms manual if you want to do it yourself get a friend that knows what he's doing to check your work and help you out. Local speed shop only charged me 150 for a clutch install so I just had them do it for me.
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