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Old 03-05-2007, 07:27 PM   #1
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Exclamation clutch questions???

I've been looking around for a new heavy duty clutch for 94 wrangler (I6, ax-15, external slave cyclinder)

What are some good sites to find clutches on?

So far I think I'm going to get a Centerforce dual friction clutch kit.

Now what is the differnce between a stage II and a dual friction clutch?

What else will i need besides the clutch kit and thowout bearing?

Help is greatly appreciated

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Old 03-05-2007, 09:17 PM   #2
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What do you guys think of this one? Stage III clutch

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Old 03-05-2007, 09:32 PM   #3
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How long has the stock clutch lasted on your rig? What's wrong with OEM?
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Don't know who long its lasted, if even its a stock one on my rig, im not the original owner.

I do NOT want an OEM, I asked about the stage II, III or dual friction for a reason.
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I know what you said bro. Everyone is so quick to discount OEM parts all of the time. When in reality they usually last longer than the aftermarket stuff.
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Old 03-05-2007, 09:46 PM   #6
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I understand.....

The stage III comes with everything i need, so i went ahead and submitted a offer....
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Ok, can someone recomend a nice light weight, strong flywheel to me?
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Lets look at this....The centerforce clutch is designed to clamp TIGHTER as tthe rpms increase. Unless you mud run, with a High horsepower engine, you will never see the effects of a centerforce clutch. They clamp just as tight as a factory clutch below 3500 RPM. They wear faster than a stock clutch because the friction material is "softer" than stock for more "grab". I would get a factory type clutch that is NEW not reman and use it well for the next 80K miles....


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