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clutch starting to slip

well i noticed today my clutch is starting to slip. it only slips when i go from one gear to next and get on it with my performance tune. with my econo tune adn driving sensibly it never does it. could it be the pressure plate or a throw out bearing? i was hoping it would last me another year or so before i upgrade to a southbend. the clutch feels good and i never suspected this. like i said it only under alot of throttle that it does. any ideas? how long do u think it will last?

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post #2 of 4 Old 11-20-2007, 02:34 PM
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as long as you don't keep slipping it under heavy load it should last quite a while longer.

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thats good to know, thanks.

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post #4 of 4 Old 11-20-2007, 02:52 PM
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Your clutch should live a lil while longer as marty said if youre smart about how you take care of it.
When lookin for a clutch here is some useful info on how to pick the clutch that is best for your driving needs.
Performance Clutch Selector

and another clutch that takes alot of abuse:

Performance Clutch - Ford PowerStroke
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