Your vehicle is renowned for ruggedness and versatility, which is possibly the best reason for owning it. All Jeep drivers will know that the reason Clutch Kits parts of OEM quality are the only ones that belong on their vehicle. If a Clutch Kits fails it can result in an extremely annoying experience for even the most seasoned drivers. Sure, a variety of optional equipment makes Jeep unique, but dependability is what makes them loved. So it's important that you maintain it by purchasing Clutch Kits parts that don't break the bank.
The older your Jeep gets, the more maintenance procedures are required to keep it in good shape. After 100,000 miles or so, your shifts will begin to slip as you engage the clutch; ultimately requiring the installation of a new clutch kit. You will receive a new pressure plate, clutch friction disc, release bearing, and an alignment tool in your clutch kit, with the option of getting a new flywheel as well. This will definitely bring back that crisp, responsive feeling from your shifts you had when your Jeep was new.
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