Flywheels, The Design, The Purpose, The Dangers

To ensure that the engine runs evenly, a large moulding body the flywheel is attached to the crankshaft. It stores kinetic energy temporarily and releases it again evenly. A ring gear is attached to the flywheel for starting the engine. A side of the flywheel forms the friction couple surface with the clutch disk. In […]

Technician - A1 Clutches

Tony Howard is our most senior and experienced Branch Manager Tony joined A1 Clutches in 2010 and set up our fourth branch in Cannock Having been in the motor trade for the last 25 years mostly specialising in Clutch he has built up a wealth of knowledge and experience Having vast knowledge of the trade […]

Car Components – Part 2 – Clutch Associated Areas

At A1 Clutches we do not just fit a clutch; we make sure all other associated areas are checked. So if you get a call from us advising other replacement parts it is for your benefit and ensuring your clutch will last longer. For Example: When replacing the clutch, the clutch-associated areas will also be […]

Car Components – Part 1 – Clutches

A1 Clutches are experts in the repair and replacement of clutches and gearboxes but what do these items do within your car, and why are they so vitally important? This is our short series on what, why and how the various components work together and why keeping them in safe, efficient condition is essential to […]

A1 Clutches – Meet the Team – Kelly Salter
Kelly Salter - A1 Clutches - Tipton

Kelly first came to work at A1 Clutches Tipton in 2008.   Gradually throughout her years training she has built up a great knowledge of the industry. Kelly is a helpful young lady with advanced knowledge of all vehicles and can offer advice on the car or light commercial vehicle you own.   Living close […]