As Jeepers, we love to feel our rig. Shifting your own gears puts you in tune with your Jeep better than simply dropping it into “D" and stepping on the gas. Driving a vehicle with an automatic transmission isn't really driving it, it's just steering it. To get the most out of your CJ, you want to row your own gears.
The Right Clutch
The most frequently replaced part of a manual or standard transmission is the clutch. The clutch disc and its composition have a huge impact on how your Jeep shifts and drives. A more aggressive clutch has better holding power than a stock one, but the tradeoff is drivability on the street; your shifts will be more “lurchy” and pronounced. Aggressive clutches often have a firmer pedal feel, which can be more difficult to press but also give a reassuring thump when it engages. 4WD.com sells a wide selection of clutch parts, ensuring that you will find one perfect for your Jeep.
The Right Parts
No matter the type of clutch you select, it's important to make sure that it stays in top form. Besides the clutch disc itself, other parts of your manual transmission can fail, too. Springs, boots, studs, bearing and even pedals can wear out, causing less-than-ideal performance. Even a flywheel that's out of balance can cause a headache and grinding. There are a lot of moving parts in your manual transmission besides your clutch disc and pressure plate, and sometimes you can feel if something is going wrong before you hear it. A lot of times these warning signs come through the clutch pedal and gear shifter.
The Right Price
Whether you're looking for a Jeep CJ hydraulic clutch conversion kit, a CJ7 clutch replacement, CJ7 clutch linkage kit, a complete clutch assembly or something else altogether, 4WD.com has just what you need at a great price.
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