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What clutch should I get?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Jimkana, Oct 12, 2011.

  1. Oct 12, 2011 at 6:32 PM
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    Jimkana

    Jimkana [OP] Active Member

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    Vehicle:
    06 Lifted 4x4
    6" Fabtech lift Dirt Logic 2.5s 4:88 Yukon Gears 35" Toyo MTs 18" KMC Misfits All Pro APEX leaf springs All Pro APEX bumper Custom Grillcraft grill Stainless Exaust K&N intake Wet Okole seat covers Alpine audio deck and subs Protech tool box
    My clutch is going out and I'm gonna replace it I just don't know if I should just stick with a stock clutch or if I should get a beefier one. I have 35' Toyos on 18's with a 6 inch lift and just geared down to 4:88. What would be the best style clutch for me?
     
  2. Oct 13, 2011 at 9:39 AM
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    Jimkana

    Jimkana [OP] Active Member

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    06 Lifted 4x4
    6" Fabtech lift Dirt Logic 2.5s 4:88 Yukon Gears 35" Toyo MTs 18" KMC Misfits All Pro APEX leaf springs All Pro APEX bumper Custom Grillcraft grill Stainless Exaust K&N intake Wet Okole seat covers Alpine audio deck and subs Protech tool box
    I was checking out some URD clutches last night but I don't know what would serve me best. What's the advantages and disadvantages of stage 2 compared to the stage 3? I just thought that the more stges you went up in a clutch the more power your engine was putting out. If so all I I've is a K&N intake and magnaflow dual exaust so I'm not outing out much more than stock. Is there a good type of off roading clutch for Tacomas?
     
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