A spigot bearing clutch has a spigot bearing located in the centre the flywheel. Its job is simply to support the front end of the gearbox input shaft. At the gearbox end the shaft pushes through the clutch with a splined section connecting the clutch to the gearbox, with a machined section sitting in the middle of the flywheel.
Misaligned or defective
will vibrate or screech. Either it's time to check for a worn spigot bearing or even replace the spigot beating clutch entirely. Browse Eurocarparts.com for a great choice of qualityspigot bearing clutches
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