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Old 02-20-2011, 12:14 PM
tkienzle tkienzle is offline
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Default Replacing Clutch... Fun Fun...

Ok I'm going to replace my clutch and all that goes with it need any and all info on what i would check and replace it has about 145000-150000 miles on it now. The proable is the slave has gone out and need to be replaced but if i'm tearing it apart going to do it right What parts company should i use ie clutch brand...


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Old 02-20-2011, 12:20 PM
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Default Re: Replacing Clutch... Fun Fun...

check rear main seal fo sho! instead of checking, just replace it. might as well. I got my clutch on ebay. Got PP, slave and oem spec clutch for 125.
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Old 02-20-2011, 02:41 PM
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Default Re: Replacing Clutch... Fun Fun...

I got mine on ebay too. For a ranger I dont really think it matters if its brand name or not, a race car maybe. But if your ranger is a race car then look into the more expensive ones. It would be smart to replace the slave cylinder and the rear main seal while your under there. Maybe even replace the fluids in your transmission/transfercase while they're out from under the truck. My clutch came with an allignment tool which you must have, so be sure the clutch you order comes with one. My clutch took about 5 nights of working on it to do. Oh and on mine I had to remove a section of the exhaust while I was doing it. I tried un-bolting it but I didnt have much luck so I cut it, then welded it back on when I was done. I dont know if you will have that problem or not. Good luck and have fun!
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Old 02-23-2011, 06:51 AM
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Default Re: Replacing Clutch... Fun Fun...

All great info thanks guys...
Its defiantly not a race car... :^)


Think i'm going with this one...

E-Bay Link $89 bucks

Don't look like it has the slave with it thou but i found one for 44 bucks or i might just buy that at autozone or something...

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