Time for a new Clutch....

TrucksR4Girls

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Ok so Im getting a new clutch in a few weeks and I have no idea what to get, Im not getting another stock replacement!, so I was looking at centerforce, and my question is, whats the differences between Centerforce 1, Centerforce 2 and Dual friction clutches?? <font color="red"> </font color>
 

Bajatoy

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In my opinion, parts like that should be left stock. Nobody spends more money on R&amp;D on parts than a big name producer like toyota! I would stick with the stock clutch. They grab great and last forever and usually cost less than "upgraded" parts like that.
 

cleartoy

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Chelsea, get a Centerforce . When mine goes, im gettin the Dual Friction. Im on 33s with locker, so should do well. Did good in the last Toyota i had.

Puttin a Centerforce 2 in my freinds 95 2wd on the 10th. If you wanna drive over from AZ to help us out, that would be fine.
 

TrucksR4Girls

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Hmmm...Yeah ill definatly be there David! HAH I WISH!!

My clutch lasted for about a year, I dont know if thats good or not, but Im sure I could go another 6 months easily, I just wanted to try something different.
 

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LC Engineering carries a large line of clutches. ive used their heavy duty (lightest), and their dual composite, both work excellent. i really like the dual composite, doesnt feel bad at all, and no slipping during street racing launches on 33's.

erik
 

singlehanded

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Erik you smokin some civics with that new motor or what?
 
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Don't know how similar Fords and yota's are, but I put a centerforce stage II in my ranger about a year ago and it has held up well. This is with 31's stock gearing and very frequent punishment in the dunes.
 
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