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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-26-2001, 03:52 PM
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Which clutch do you suggest?

Which clutch mfg. do you suggest for a 93yj 4.0L? Best place to get it?

I will be installing a remanufactured 4.0 and will be getting the fly wheel resurfaced and want to install a new clutch.

Thanks for your opinion.

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Re: Which clutch do you suggest?

Centerforce-I got the single friction. Didn't get the dual friction. Rosser had the single in stock and I didn't want to wait for the dual. Great clutch though. Get their pressure plate too. Has little weights that help with clutch pressure.

Check out their website for more info.




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Re: Which clutch do you suggest?

We have a local guy building clutches, it's great, you tell him what your gonna use it for and he picks out the best pieces, I'm still running the one he made in 86 or 87, and I never baby it... Call some racers in your area , and see who builds a good clutch, he may know some good tricks.

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Re: Which clutch do you suggest?

This topic has been discussed at length here. Try doing a search. But my 2 cents, again, Centerforce is a waste of money, especially in a 4by. A centrifugal clutch in anything other than a pro bogger or desert racer is a waste. I recommend LUK, been using them for many years.

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Re: Which clutch do you suggest?

goto northernautoparts.com

and check out the LUK clutches. I havent checked for your application, but they are usually very competitve price wise.

also I would get the largest size clutch that will ft your flywheel ( 11" is better than a 10" ect.)



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Re: Which clutch do you suggest?

Hmmm...I still like my Centerforce. Got it cheaper than a Luk at the time as well(Rosser was running a special). But then again I was still running my stock clutch until I changed my tranny so I have nothing to compare it to besides the stock Jeep clutch.




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Re: Which clutch do you suggest?

http://www.dialaclutch.com/

Luk.

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