New clutch?


Cheburashka

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On my '94 Explorer I used the same flywheel, and a Luk 07-096 clutch kit. I had no issues, and am pleased with the new clutch. I also replaced the hydraulics with the Perfection Clutch PF9015, pre-filled and pre-bled master, slave and line kit. I know it sounds corny, but I've always had good luck with Luk clutches.
 

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On my '94 Explorer I used the same flywheel, and a Luk 07-096 clutch kit. I had no issues, and am pleased with the new clutch. I also replaced the hydraulics with the Perfection Clutch PF9015, pre-filled and pre-bled master, slave and line kit. I know it sounds corny, but I've always had good luck with Luk clutches.
Thanks. I've also always had good luck with Luk.

Did you use this? I do not see a PF9015 but I see a PF9055 https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=1404035&cc=1138047&jsn=612&jsn=612
 

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"PF9015" is the part number as listed on my invoice. I bought these parts from RockAuto 9 months ago, but the part number may have changed, and I don't know if there is any difference between a 1995 Explorer 4.0 and a 1995 Ranger 4.0, application wise. If PF9055 is what is listed for your '95, I think it should be right. A pre-filled and pre-bled set is the way to go on the hydraulics, and I prefer cast aluminum cylinders over the plastic ones.
 


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