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Is a dual friction clutch a wise choice for a Jeep 1989 Comanche utilized for hunting and fishing on off road mud and or snow, but as we'll used for city and highway driving?
Asked by Dirk from Vancouver, British Columbia on
Dirk, The dual friction clutch will be a great upgrade for your MJ. The longer life will ensure that this will probably be the last clutch you'll ever need in your Comanche, as well as providing unmatched clutch response, over and above OEM clutches.
Answered by Aaron S. from Vancouver, British Columbia on
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