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Old 08-14-2011
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What's the difference?

I'm by no means a clutch expert, however, I've definitely got it narrowed down to one of these two.

I have an 02 FX4/XLT twin stick 4wd. It's a supercab, non flareside.

I need a clutch that will stand up to a BEATING.

Which of these two is the better clutch for me and why?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CT...ER&prefilter=1

or....

http://www.jegs.com/i/Centerforce/183/DF963975/10002/-1

I'm leaning toward the Summit Racing clutch only because it accepts a larger diameter shaft.

Any suggestions?
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DF145117 is the right one for a 2002 4.0L

DF963975 is a smaller clutch for a smaller engine.
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Ah now see? if the Jegs clutch had actually SAID THAT on the website, it would have been nice.

Alright then, I'll be ordering that, and some tires on payday :-)
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Have you looked at these?
http://www.specclutch.com/products
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Centerforce makes a great clutch. Had one in my old 91 STX. All the Mustang guys used to run them.
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Have you looked at these?
http://www.specclutch.com/products
As much as I appreciate the suggestion, those are out of my price range.
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