Fire result of transmission failure

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Look at the pics of a good replacement setup here:

/www.centerforce.com/
I meant a stock flywheel, Pressure plate, clutch disk and throwout bearing... But the replacement certerforce looks good, the flywheel looks to have a lot of inertia, nice for blipping over obstacles and easy starting off the line.
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Well this sucks. I really don't want to share this with my wife. I talked her into the MT because "It's a Jeep and that Auto is too new, I don't want to buy the first ones and have an issue." I can hear it now- "how's that Mt working out for ya"
 

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That flywheel alone is worth the upgrade. Dual Mass Flywheels can be problematic, your kit should be a big improvement over stock.
 

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Just got my centerforce in. I'm going in blind not sure what to expect, let you know what i run into.

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Had their dual friction clutch in an old Datsun 240z. Good stuff ... let us know what you think!

are you going to have the dealer install those parts when they do the recall ?
 

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Just got my centerforce in. I'm going in blind not sure what to expect, let you know what i run into.

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Where's the throw out bearing? Does Centerforce offer a complete kit and a clutch only kit?
 

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Well this sucks. I really don't want to share this with my wife. I talked her into the MT because "It's a Jeep and that Auto is too new, I don't want to buy the first ones and have an issue." I can hear it now- "how's that Mt working out for ya"
I hear ya, I had to go round & round with my wife on this (I gave in on the F150 & want going to do it again). I heard all the concerns and finally she agreed on the manual & on the LSD & now both apparently have major issues! I thought I was doing us both a fave or BOOM!
 

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Just got my centerforce in. I'm going in blind not sure what to expect, let you know what i run into.

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You plan on doing any kind of YouTube video on the install? That would be AWESOME!
 

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That flywheel alone is worth the upgrade. Dual Mass Flywheels can be problematic, your kit should be a big improvement over stock.
What exactly is meant by dual mass? Is it made out of two different materials that are bonded together?
 

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Where's the throw out bearing? Does Centerforce offer a complete kit and a clutch only kit?
I believe the "throwout bearing" is some plastic POS....
 

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So only got a couple hours in today. Dropped shafts and y-pipe. Jeep does use a pretty impressive thread lock on the shafts. My M12 impact couldn't do it all, had to break out the M28 for a few fasteners.

The kit does include a throw out bearing
 

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So only got a couple hours in today. Dropped shafts and y-pipe. Jeep does use a pretty impressive thread lock on the shafts. My M12 impact couldn't do it all, had to break out the M28 for a few fasteners.

The kit does include a throw out bearing
Are you really still running M28 stuff, or was that a typo and shoulda been M18? I love M28 but Milwaukee has virtually walked away from it in the domestic market.
 
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