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Icon3 Wondering if anyone has any suggestions on Replacement Clutches

I have a 1998 Ranger 2.5 4 Cyl. 5-Speed 202K Miles My clutch is beginning to go, If anyone has any suggestions on Manufactures, or Websites. Also Interested in any Products to Avoid. Thank you. [email protected]
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well one question comes to mind. what do you do with it? daily drive it, wheel it, tow stuff, burn outs, etc. more than likely a stocker will do you just fine.
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for a 2.5L, I would recommend a replacement stocker - if you were running a 4.0, I woudl recommend a Stage 2... but a replacement stock would do you quite well, make it feel like new :-)
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Yeah, i don't do anything but drive it, occasionally ill haul some ****, scrap wire from work. But i don't tow anything. Try not to burn-out, but you know.
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