BW35 Front clutch piston

harveyp6

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I think they are different in the BW65 because the BW65 has "anti-bump" to soften the engagement of DRIVE.

It's a bit risky to say it can't be welded, but by the time you do that, and have remachined the seal groove (and then found that the piston itself has distorted during the welding process) you would be better trying to find a replacement piston IMHO.

Try here:

https://www.jpat.co.uk/uploads/1/0/3/5/103549764/old_borg_warner_35.pdf

They have one listed, part number 110 45 01
 
#3
I think they are different in the BW65 because the BW65 has "anti-bump" to soften the engagement of DRIVE.

It's a bit risky to say it can't be welded, but by the time you do that, and have remachined the seal groove (and then found that the piston itself has distorted during the welding process) you would be better trying to find a replacement piston IMHO.

Try here:

https://www.jpat.co.uk/uploads/1/0/3/5/103549764/old_borg_warner_35.pdf

They have one listed, part number 110 45 01
Great stuff. Will call them tomorrow and see if they have one in stock.
 
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