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Old 03-01-2011, 10:52 AM   #1
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Question..have 2000 Sahara w/ 5 spd. When approaching stop, is it okay to go to neutral and brake, or when stopped at signal should I stay in neutral and brake, or engage 1st gear and brake. Which is best for clutch? Thanks for help, I am new to the 5 spd.

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On top of his question, is rev matching/not using clutch good for these transmissions?

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Old 03-01-2011, 11:17 AM   #3
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I stopped "rev matching" when I was 18 which is just making for added wear to everything. After coming to a stop light, I normally shift into 1st gear and keep the clutch pedal down which is not hard on the clutch disk at all. That spins the throwout bearing but I figure that's what it's for. Only if it's a really long signal will I shift into neutral and let up off the clutch pedal just to give my leg a rest.
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I stopped "rev matching" when I was 18 which is just making for added wear to everything. After coming to a stop light, I normally shift into 1st gear and keep the clutch pedal down which is not hard on the clutch disk at all. That spins the throwout bearing but I figure that's what it's for. Only if it's a really long signal will I shift into neutral and let up off the clutch pedal just to give my leg a rest.
Good to know.

I drive a Coca Cola truck and most of our fleet are manuals and I almost never use the clutch, this habit carries on in my personal rig.
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Old 03-01-2011, 08:10 PM   #5
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Thanks guys for your help. It was appreciated!
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