chose a Centerforce II clutch to replace the no-name one. There are weights on the pressure plate
that improve holding capacity.
the clutch is a pain in the butt. A
local transmission shop said it would take about 5-6 hours to change the
clutch. At $65 an hour, I decided to
do it myself. If you don’t pull the
engine, you have to turn the transmission on its side and slide it
back. Sounds easy, huh? Well it isn’t.
just barely got the transmission back far enough to clear the pressure
plate. It is very hard to work with
the limited clearance.
Centerforce kit cost twice as much as the no-name. The moral of the story is, don’t try to
save a buck and go with cheaper parts.
Suck it up and pay for quality.
You don’t want to do it twice.