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Ok, I'm rebuilding my 4g37. (No sympathy please)

I have the tranny pulled and the flywheel off. I'm gonna replace the clutch, PP, and TOB. The flywheel surface doesn't seem scarred or anything. Is it standard procedure during these times to get it resurfaced, or do I just leave it alone? I'm taking my head to a machine shop anyways. How much would they normally charge to resurface it?
 

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You always want to turn they flywheel when you replace the clutch. That way you are almost garneted that the clutch with have a good surface to mate with.
 

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ok well it depends on the mile, if your within 5000 of 100000 and it hasnt been done go and get it resurfaced somwhere its cheap or just use like 220 grit sand paper, then 300 it does the job
 

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Alright, well its on 194000 miles and as far as I know its never been resurfaced. I'll get it done now.
 
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