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I put in my clutch kit 3 weeks ago and it makes a world of difference with the mud B#$%^es. I out mud everyone, but i have bogged the tires down once in a drainage ditch. Both front tires had a cone about 4ft wide of mud on them, it was hillarious. Besides that, the foreman pushes the tires like they were stock. I highly recommend a clutch kit. Installing it only took an hour, i didnt even have to pull the clutch out. I just stood the foreman upright took off everything and replaced the springs while the clutch was still in place, no special tools at all. The how to guide helped me alot though, im glad this site has one. How does everyone else enjoy their clutch kits and if tyou have them how do you enjoy the mud B$%#es?
 

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I put in my clutch kit 3 weeks ago and it makes a world of difference with the mud B#$%^es. I out mud everyone, but i have bogged the tires down once in a drainage ditch. Both front tires had a cone about 4ft wide of mud on them, it was hillarious. Besides that, the foreman pushes the tires like they were stock. I highly recommend a clutch kit. Installing it only took an hour, i didnt even have to pull the clutch out. I just stood the foreman upright took off everything and replaced the springs while the clutch was still in place, no special tools at all. The how to guide helped me alot though, im glad this site has one. How does everyone else enjoy their clutch kits and if tyou have them how do you enjoy the mud B$%#es?
What kind do you recommend??
 
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