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Old 10-20-2006
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my clutch feels like stock now. i think the a-holes that did it put a crappy flywheel in cuz the truck shakes if i release the clutch at lets say 1000 RPM. If i start releasing it around 1500 RPM it s fine. i cant take it back cuz they dont warranty a clutch provided by the customer. going to glamis next weekend so ill let u guys now how it does in 4WD high in the sand. hope it grabs
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Old 10-20-2006
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my clutch feels like stock now. i think the a-holes that did it put a crappy flywheel in cuz the truck shakes if i release the clutch at lets say 1000 RPM. If i start releasing it around 1500 RPM it s fine. i cant take it back cuz they dont warranty a clutch provided by the customer. going to glamis next weekend so ill let u guys now how it does in 4WD high in the sand. hope it grabs
Did you buy a new flywheel? They most likey used the stock on, unless you told them not to. They should've resurfaced it. I'm guess the centerforce is a sticker clutch so it's going to have some side effects like the ones you mention.
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i told them to replace the flywheel but u might be right about it being the clutch. the disk looked like a race disk. it was segmented but i know what a race disk looks like so i think its just the design of it. i dont slip the hell out of the clutch so a few more RPM is no but deal
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so good news. i didnt break my truck a glamis. the clutch never slipped even after repeated drops in 4WD HI in sand. so far so good. its still feals like stock in the street too.
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u cant run a lighter on a truck. it would be too light and would cause a lot of stalling. lighter clutches on big vehicles r not always good. no one makes a lighter flywheel for rangers that i know of.
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Old 11-12-2006
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i got the centerforce so it would grip when offroading. the stock on started to slip in 4WD high a lot and i would have to stop for a bit to let the clutch cool down. and i didnt do it myself because my uncle likes to bithc when i work on my cars. ive done the clutch in an Integra before but i lived somewhere else. hopefully that will change soon.
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