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98k on the clock of my cobra and i believe the clutch just gave up the ghost.....:banghead Just wondering what everyone would suggest for a replacement and if anyone knows where i can get a new clutch fork pivot arm..... Appreciate it.... oh yeah btw all stock for now most i might do for the new few years is CAI, Exhaust, LTs and a tune....
 

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my fathers conv hauls a 22 ft bow rider and has a centerforce dual friction and holds great

i was planning on going the same route but i dont like the increased noise so i will prob go with a zoom dual friction or kevlar and chromoly flywheel
 

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any idea on price?
price for the clutch or the pivot ball for the clutch fork?

pivot stud is 24.99 at latemodelresto http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/LRS-7602/79-04-Mustang-Clutch-Fork-Pivot-Stud
cf dual friction is 388 at summit racing http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ctf-df800075/overview/year/2004/make/ford/model/mustang
zoom kevlar is 379 at summit racing http://www.summitracing.com/parts/zzz-hp70308-1/overview/year/2004/make/ford/model/mustang
the clutch release arm is that holds the throwout bearing is 22 bucks at summitracing http://www.summitracing.com/parts/fms-m-7515-a/overview/year/2004/make/ford/model/mustang

i do most of my parts from summit racing and jegs cause i get free shipping and i get it next day since i live fairly close both in ny and chicago
 

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Well I want something to handle what i have and some room to grow.... and the main reason i can't go stock is svt has no more or so they said when i called the other night.... oh well and thanks for the info mike
 

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then i would reccommend the zoom kevlar cause i havent found any bad info against it and holds great and thats my plan with the chromoly flywheel cause i havent been able to find any bad reviews on it and dosent make the noise that the centerforce dose and if you remove the weights it removes the advantage of getting a centerFORCE anyways
 
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