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Old 12-19-2005, 01:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi ppl!

I own a jimny 03model.I had never before off road experience and as a result i might have burn the clutch(it doesn t generate full) and so the gears are not as easy to be selected.

So Whst do you guys believe buy a suzuki cluth or an after market one?

Thank you in advance
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Old 01-07-2006, 04:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I too own a jimny and i had never been offroad before. The second time i took it offroad it was extremely fun but i came home with a burnt clutch. It would slip like mad and make it a pain to drive.
i was stupid enough to take it to an official Suzuki garage when my warranty had already expired.
I don't know any of the aftermarket clutches, but i can tell you this, the stock clutch SUCKS. Keep away from it. It feels like its set on concrete and it has MILES of travel as well as some annoying play at the top of the pedal run, which i suspect isnt the clutche's fault but rather the garage's careless technichians.
Next time this happens to me (and i hope it takes a while since it set me back just under 500 bucks) i'm definately going for one of the aftermarket options.
They can't be any worse than the official ones!
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:25 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The clunch is one of the weak points of Jimny. I used to replace it very often (again with the stock one) because it was very easily burned.
I was searching for an aftermarket one but there was nothing.
After years I decided to buy a CENTERFORCE clunch kit for Suzuki Samurai.
It is produced in 2 types. One 30% stronger (this one Iíve used with no problems and hard use, till now) and one 90% stronger.
The only thing you have to do before you install it is to remove the hard wire with the leads.

CENTRFORCE

CENTERFORCE 2
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