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While I'm replacing my kids seized engine, I thought it would be stupid not to replace the clutch
Luk offers the RepSet OE style and the Pro Gold, We are running a stock 4.0 (or will be when its delivered) w/ 33's and 4.10's
Should I just stay with the RepSet or will the Pro Gold be better?

He's a 17 year old driving it...Likes the trails and the Mud...Lucky ME (bank) :facepalm:
 

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Dont get the gold.Its not worth the extra money.I put a lux in my Jeep last year.I do some serious off roading & have hammered my clutch.It has held up fine.
I have 33's & 4.56 gears.
 

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Just for reference, how much does each cost?
Just ordered the RepSet and flywheel for $175.00 free delivery from Pep Boys

Now if the motor will get here :facepalm:

Ordered some Banks headers for it since it's out and easier to install now...going broke $$$:doh:

I hope I at least get a THANKS DAD when I'm done :)
 

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I need you to adopt me pls.
 

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It sucks...The longer I wait for this F'n motor to be delivered the more I keep spending to do things before it goes in...grrr

You're all welcome...I don't cook LOL
 

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A new flywheel is seldom needed when installing a new clutch. I installed my first clutch in the late 60's & haven't needed to install a new flywheel once.
 
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