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Lately my clutch has been sliping. Of course all the obvious couses come to mind. Figured i'd see what the popular concensus was before i started buying parts and doing work that could be pointless.
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Could be serendipity.. NSOR has Centerforce Stage III's on sale this month.


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def. get the Centerforce Dual friction! I run it in my truck with 36's and I put one in a cherokee and a 85 4runner.... it the best one ive used....
im putting another one in my bros truck next month! nsor has a good price on em too!

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Poguebilt Toys..... A new breed of Toyota Perfection.
1986 Toyota pickup solid axle conv. 5" susp. 3"body 36" tslsx siped, 5.29's, K&N
spool rear, detroit front, 5012's, 44044's, 4cyl bored, balanced, Doug thorley header, flowmaster muffler, OTT crossover steering , u-bolt flip F/R, Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch
 

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I have heard lots of bad about the Centreforce clutches and lots of good about the toyota genuine heavy duty clutches. This is mostly from those hardcore wackos over at pirate.
 
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