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Technical Info: 2nd Gen 24 VALVE DRIVETRAIN Technical discussion of second generation (1998 - 2002) 24-valve engine and drivetrain questions, solutions and upgrades.
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Old 02-06-2016
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Question Time for a new clutch....

My clutch is catching almost at the end of the pedal's travel, so I guess its about history.

I'm leaning towards a south bend replacement. Who has the best pricing? Is there anything better out there?

2001 5 speed. I tow a 21 foot camper and a car trailer occasionally.
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Been happy with my South Bend, it's a dual disc unit.
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Who has the best pricing?
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Who has the best pricing?

Your not going to find much in difference of pricing as SB has MAP pricing. Which means that I sell you a clutch it can be No lower than MAP.

And being that you have a 5 speed, entertain buying the retainer that we have for the nut. This is of course you have a 4x4.

Give us a call be happy to help.
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There's an improvement to keeping 5th gear on the shaft?
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What all is involved in fixing the nut issue?
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There's an improvement to keeping 5th gear on the shaft?
Clunk time to improve the mind.

http://dieselram.com/showthread.php?t=202276
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Thanks Maxtorq, I'd forgot about it.
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