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Old 01-29-2014, 12:20 PM   #46981
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what type of tiedown is that on your rail?
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Old 01-29-2014, 12:44 PM   #46983
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what type of tiedown is that on your rail?
the ones behind the cab are the regular bet cleats, and the silver ones, those are actually the lockdown points for my tri-fold tonneau cover

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think those are just metal brackets for his tonneau cover
dammit Nam...you beat me to it lol, ya thats what those are
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Old 01-29-2014, 03:25 PM   #46985
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Old 01-29-2014, 04:01 PM   #46986
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Old 01-29-2014, 04:19 PM   #46987
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Anybody have any opinions on Marlin Crawler's Heavy Duty (1200lb) clutch? It's about $40 more than the auto parts store's cheap clutch kit, but the auto parts place lifetime warranties theirs. Not sure which would be better though. I've never had a clutch fail on me, aside from just wearing out, and I don't really put too many miles on my truck so it'll be years if not decades before I'd have to replace it again due to wear.

Oh, and it's also $60 less than the performance clutch the autoparts store sells (Exedy with 1900lbs pressure...sounds like it'd wear your leg out sitting at a stop light).

Any thoughts?
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Old 01-29-2014, 04:23 PM   #46988
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Anybody have any opinions on Marlin Crawler's Heavy Duty (1200lb) clutch? It's about $40 more than the auto parts store's cheap clutch kit, but the auto parts place lifetime warranties theirs. Not sure which would be better though. I've never had a clutch fail on me, aside from just wearing out, and I don't really put too many miles on my truck so it'll be years if not decades before I'd have to replace it again due to wear.

Oh, and it's also $60 less than the performance clutch the autoparts store sells (Exedy with 1900lbs pressure...sounds like it'd wear your leg out sitting at a stop light).

Any thoughts?
ive heard good things about it. from what i understand its a the best of a few different components, making it the best overall option. i didnt know about it when i had to do my clutch thats the only reason its not in my truck
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Old 01-29-2014, 04:58 PM   #46989
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Anybody have any opinions on Marlin Crawler's Heavy Duty (1200lb) clutch? It's about $40 more than the auto parts store's cheap clutch kit, but the auto parts place lifetime warranties theirs. Not sure which would be better though. I've never had a clutch fail on me, aside from just wearing out, and I don't really put too many miles on my truck so it'll be years if not decades before I'd have to replace it again due to wear.

Oh, and it's also $60 less than the performance clutch the autoparts store sells (Exedy with 1900lbs pressure...sounds like it'd wear your leg out sitting at a stop light).

Any thoughts?
Drove a friends old 427 vette with a 1000 lb clutch.. thing was fucked ..it comes up so hi then it just dumps.. no holding it down..If you do much stop & go it will kill you...
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Old 01-29-2014, 05:17 PM   #46990
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Anybody have any opinions on Marlin Crawler's Heavy Duty (1200lb) clutch? It's about $40 more than the auto parts store's cheap clutch kit, but the auto parts place lifetime warranties theirs. Not sure which would be better though. I've never had a clutch fail on me, aside from just wearing out, and I don't really put too many miles on my truck so it'll be years if not decades before I'd have to replace it again due to wear.

Oh, and it's also $60 less than the performance clutch the autoparts store sells (Exedy with 1900lbs pressure...sounds like it'd wear your leg out sitting at a stop light).

Any thoughts?
Ok, I hope you appreciate I tore this out of a packed box..

4WD Toyota Owner mag did a write up on the Marlin Turbo Clutch Kit ( September/October 2013 issue) 2 quick points; 4-Runner and 22/R/RE on pricing $299................

Great write up on everything from R&R to testing it after... They enjoyed easy install and are quoted at " hooks up with 33% more force than oe with super smooth engage and disengage without a lot of pedal"

Sorry , mag and I will not "HIT" Florida till Feb 10 or 17...

Good luck on choosing.........
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Old 01-29-2014, 06:50 PM   #46991
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Hey lee look into centerforce clutches also, I have the dual friction clutch and i love it, haven't had a problem with any slipping. They also have the centerforce I and II. Only down side is they are a decent penny.
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:26 PM   #46992
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The clutch in my AT is pretty sweet.
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:34 PM   #46993
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The clutch in my AT is pretty sweet.
And then theres this guy...
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:45 PM   #46994
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Thanks for the input, fellas. It'll be a while before I have to make a decision, but I wanted to consider my options beforehand.

Colson, those CF clutches look awesome. If I had the cash to burn, I'd definitely go with the CF2, but like you said, they are awfully proud of them.

I guess it's going to come down to what's available when the time comes. The Marlin Crawler kit seems like it would be better for my application since it was put together with performance, longevity, ability to withstand off-road abuse, and a pedal pressure that wouldn't destroy your leg in frequent use situations in mind. For $299, I think it's worth the extra $40 over the normal stock spec clutch kit. However, it seems like it might take a while to actually get one. That may end up being the deciding factor.
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:48 PM   #46995
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Thanks for the input, fellas. It'll be a while before I have to make a decision, but I wanted to consider my options beforehand.

Colson, those CF clutches look awesome. If I had the cash to burn, I'd definitely go with the CF2, but like you said, they are awfully proud of them.

I guess it's going to come down to what's available when the time comes. The Marlin Crawler kit seems like it would be better for my application since it was put together with performance, longevity, ability to withstand off-road abuse, and a pedal pressure that wouldn't destroy your leg in frequent use situations in mind. For $299, I think it's worth the extra $40 over the normal stock spec clutch kit. However, it seems like it might take a while to actually get one. That may end up being the deciding factor.
Order now and wait till you need it in the trucj
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:57 PM   #46996
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Order now and wait till you need it in the trucj
That would definitely be the best way to do it.

Of course, that's assuming they'll take an order on something they are out of stock on. Not sure how it would work (won't let you order it from the website, just has a button to "notify when it's back in stock") and I don't have the spare cash right now, so I'll wait until I do.
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:12 PM   #46997
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That would definitely be the best way to do it.

Of course, that's assuming they'll take an order on something they are out of stock on. Not sure how it would work (won't let you order it from the website, just has a button to "notify when it's back in stock") and I don't have the spare cash right now, so I'll wait until I do.
that notify me button is perfect then, you get an email when its in, and maybe you have spare cash at that time. who knows?
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Smile Moving to Ft Walton beach and need some info.

Greetings,
I am a retired USAF kinda guy, and am moving to Ft Walton Beach area in late March or early April. I am living in Las Vegas, NV and was wondering if any of my TW folks had any advice. I lived in Georgia for a few years, so I am sure that mud terrains and a winch are a must. Any info would be helpful. I am looking forward to moving back to the South East, I am tired of living in the desert. Anywhere to hurt, fish, four wheel. That sort of thing. I hunt, fish, and love being in the outdoors.
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Greetings,
I am a retired USAF kinda guy, and am moving to Ft Walton Beach area in late March or early April. I am living in Las Vegas, NV and was wondering if any of my TW folks had any advice. I lived in Georgia for a few years, so I am sure that mud terrains and a winch are a must. Any info would be helpful. I am looking forward to moving back to the South East, I am tired of living in the desert. Anywhere to hurt, fish, four wheel. That sort of thing. I hunt, fish, and love being in the outdoors.
THX
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