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Old 07-22-2013, 10:39 AM
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Clutchs

So the time has come again where I can spend a little money on my project again. What clutch do you guys recommend? I had the dual friction centerforce before and loved it, but its a bit pricey. Dirka recommends the centerforce II. Its a 22re and 5 sp. Will have a t-case gears when its running. 5.29s will come after its completed and the bugs are worked out. She has 35 tsl`s and im not planning on streeting it. Whats my best bang for buck
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Old 07-22-2013, 11:18 AM
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centerforce is good.........

there is better but $$$$
hell i even ran dynapack once...
but wouldnt do that again...
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with the gears ur runnin.... u shouldnt be makin the clutch work much at all....
so the II should work fine...

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Old 07-22-2013, 11:35 AM
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I just like todo things once so I am happy with it, I purchased a new master and slave already. once I get the clutch I can mock up all my mounts, then im ordering braided stainless lines for the clutch and brakes.

As for the dyna pack clutch, they serve there purpose. But im not a fan.
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Old 07-22-2013, 12:01 PM
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i only used factory ones... lasted the longest.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:28 PM
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dynapack serves no purpose ...never use em hahaahaahaa

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.personally this is what i have ran
stock....from new(1980) till bout 2000...200000+kms
dynapack...... not long maybe 6mos with wheelin...
centerforce...... till i rolled truck in 06ish(minor slippage but not geared yet)
back to stock from 06ish till now......
didnt have any problems with the centerforce but it went with tranny...
and new stock is what i had...

the stock i have no complaints about either... and with gearing now the clutch really doesnt have to work to grab...

either way u go a couple xtra $$ now on a good clutch is worth it in the long run....
i run LUK in my other standards... and think they fantastic!
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oh and FUK jeeps.....
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i only used factory ones... lasted the longest.
Err I was high when I posted this ...only used LUK
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has anyone tried BCC comp clutches, looks to be the same components as the out of stock marlin kit. its 2100lb and ceramic. I believe the advantage is the is no fade when it gets hot. Its $322 with the add holding force will there be much pedal pressure?
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