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well heres wat happened..i was driving my truck and it had no power and was revving up in the gears and i knew my clutch was about to go on the thing...finally it was gone and the truck wouldnt move....i was wondering if i need anything else besides a pressure plate, clutch disc, and throw out bearing such as a slave cylinder or anything of that sort...and also i was wondering if anyone has had good luck with centerforce clutches because from what i have read they sound pretty good to me...

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Mike
 

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You'll also need to have the flywheel machined and you should replace the pilot bearing as well.
I'm not a big fan of Centerforce clutches anymore. Their dual friction clutch is OK, but I'd probably recommend and ACT clutch before I recommend theirs.
 

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I liked my Centerforce Dual Friction, but it's not made for being on the clutch like wheeling. I'd recommend a ceramic clutch, or something that isn't suited more towards racing.
 
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