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Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Merc, Jul 31, 2005.

  1. Merc

    Merc

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    i own a 1968 fj40. Not really my rock crawler but most definatly i the one i take out on a night in the town. It has about 4 inches of lift and 33 12.50's on american racing 15's. Recently i noticed that the clutch is starting to slip when i apply applicable pressure to pass someone on the highway. Also i live on a dirt road so when the tires spinout a bit i can smell the clutch. So i was wondering what types of clutches can you put into a 1968 landcruiser running the original f motor a little moddified but not to the tail end coupled to the 3 speed trannys and 3 speed transfer. If anyone knows this would be most helpfull. Thnaks budget really isn't and issue but it would be nice to stay reasonable.

    Merc

    Oreily's says they can't get a clutch for a 1968 but they can for 1969. I would kinda like a heavy duty clutch for occasional offroad use. Plus if anyone knows how to adjust one of them that would be great to know as i have never done it with the little slave cylander. All my other ones has all mechanical with forks. Thanks
     
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    i have a 71 and just got a 3 finger clutch from coolcruisers.com. after looking around i found this to be the only clutch i could find. they sell it everywhere, but the heavy duty centerforce clutches dont fit the F motor.
     
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