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i am about to replace my manual trans as well as my clutch on my 92 YJ, i am going to do the slave cylinder and all of that as well. My question is with 35's and 4.10's with a 4.0l can i go stock clutch or should i go the heavier clutch kit like a centerforce clutch. thanks!
 

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I run a clutch from advanced auto and my buddy runs the same one. No problems so far and it's a year warranty or lifetime I don't remember.
 

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No.

Don't do it, it's the opposite of what you want.

A performance clutch has less surface area and doesn't slip as much as a normal clutch and engages much more harshly. It will make it nearly impossible to slip the clutch a bit and ease up onto an obstacle.

They're more for racing applications than anything else.
 

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AndYJ94 is right. The heavy-duty/reacing clutches are designed to put more power to the wheels all at one time, and launch like a rocket. I use to have a few fast VWs back in the day and I have tried various high performance clutches, and they are good for racing only.
 
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