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Dust hazard. Centerforce® does not use friction materials that contain asbestos. However; older non-Centerforce clutches maybe have been formulated with these materials. Breathing dust from these products has been linked to lung disease and cancer hazards. To reduce your risks of serious injury:
Avoid creating and breathing clutch/friction dust during replacement work. Wear a high-efficiency mask or dust respirator during cleaning if you are unsure whether clutch/friction dust may contain asbestos fibers. Wet surfaces with either water or brake cleaner and use rags to clean if necessary. Properly dispose of rags in an air-tight container.
Never grind or use compressed air in and around friction products. Read and follow all clutch-related instructions and warnings in your vehicle service manual.
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