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Heavy Heavy Duty Joyner Clutch and Disk Upgrade Stage1 and 2

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Be careful. Some of the clutch upgrades require machine work of the flywheel. I was so impressed with the condition of my original factory clutch when I changed it that I put the same back in. Very very little wear.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Has any one installed one of these heavier clutches? I have had my clutch hot enough that it quit hooking up until I let it cool off. I play in the rocks to much and have to ride the clutch alot.

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My neighbor is Arizona has a T-4 with an upgraded clutch. I've driven it a few times. Can't tell any difference between his and mine which is stock.

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