|08-25-2013 04:14 PM|
$71.00 for Pressure plate, clutch plate, throw out bearing, pilot bearing, and install tool...here: luk clutch 2.5L jeep | Partsgeek.com
|08-25-2013 04:08 PM|
|Notoriously_rob||Luk..best clutch for the jeep...almost everyone on this forum will say so too|
|08-25-2013 03:59 PM|
I agree with you. I cant speak for the clutch in the jeep, but I say the same thing when I buy new brake pads for my other vehicles and the auto parts store suggests I buy the ceramic pads. I have no performance vehicles and always put stock replacement items back on them.
|08-25-2013 03:34 PM|
|Hart427||Someone told me to go with a ceramic one? That makes no sense to me|
|08-24-2013 11:15 PM|
|Slater451||I agree !!! I have a 2.4. And if it had any real power I could justify a performace clutch. But the stock style does just fine!!|
|08-24-2013 10:23 PM|
|R u s s||Stay with a stock style clutch. The performance clutches are more grabby and the issue I have with them them last about half as long and seem to waste the flywheel surface. The ceramic pads on the clutch look great but they damage the flywheel. Thats my experience with performance clutches|
|08-24-2013 10:19 PM|
2.4L Clutch opinions
Needing to get a new clutch, looking to go aftermarket for better performance and durability. What is y'all's opinions on brands or what stage I should get?