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Got new engine 22re. Was wondering about Exedy HD vs.Centerforce I #892217 06/23/08 08:49 PM
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Rudi Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Always been using a Centerforce but I read some things about the Exedy.

It's not some chinese junk ehh guys??

Are they good clutch for my moderate 4runner 86 with 32" and still working on gears for it at either 4:88 or 5:29's.

Either way..I am glad I am getting a new engine for it.

Is was these people I got it from.

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Re: Got new engine 22re. Was wondering about Exedy HD vs.Centerforce I [Re: Rudi] #892218 06/24/08 02:14 AM
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Truthfully, never heard of it.

Let us know how that engine works out for you; what kind of warranty do they have? The ol' Corolla is coming due after 398K.


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Re: Got new engine 22re. Was wondering about Exedy HD vs.Centerforce I [Re: Rudi] #892219 06/24/08 03:41 AM
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missouriman Offline
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When I am due the next round.
I have the center force two. I have had it slip rock crawling. all the way out and at about 2500 rpm.

wife's is stock.. no sliping like I did.

I would either go stock or marlin's at marlin crawler.

just what I am going with next time.

Re: Got new engine 22re. Was wondering about Exedy HD vs.Centerforce I [Re: Rudi] #892220 06/24/08 03:56 PM
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mnwolftrack Offline
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I run a centerforce dual friction in my '90 4Runner with 22RE, 5.29's, and 35's (sometimes I swap the 33's on). No problems at all. The little weights on the pressure plate are a little noisy, but the pedal pressure is identical to stock.

Re: Got new engine 22re. Was wondering about Exedy HD vs.Centerforce I [Re: mnwolftrack] #892221 06/25/08 01:03 AM
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Greg_Canada Offline
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I run the marlin crawler clutch in my truck and i like it alot. I would suggest it, if you want more gripping power, get the Super Heavy Duty....
http://www.marlincrawler.com/htm/transmission/clutch.htm


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