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Old 11-20-2013, 09:47 PM   #1
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How long have your stock clutches lasted? My car has over a little over 70k and seems to still be going strong.
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Old 11-20-2013, 09:51 PM   #2
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How long have your stock clutches lasted? My car has over a little over 70k and seems to still be going strong.
I've seen more than plenty of clutches last the life of a vehicle...mine was replaced at 100k when my trans was replaced
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I replaced mine at 72K cause I felt like it. It was perfectly fine though, I just wanted the peace of mind of having a new one
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Mine had 55,000 on mine throw out bearing went out so I got a racing clutch but the that did the work said my old clutch still look pretty new lol
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My stock clutch I just replaced at 130k miles. Still looked like it had life to it. Wasn't slipping or anything bad really. The stock clutches are pretty durable. Haha. Only replaced it because I'm doing a huge rebuild and didn't wanna pull the tranny and engine apart again.
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The stock ones are pretty much bulletproof unless you are an idiot and burn it up every time you take off in 1st (like my mother in law...).
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