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Recommended clutch for 1996 4.0 (softer clutch desired)


sebastian323

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1996
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Ranger XLT
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4.0 V6
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Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
I may be doing the clutch soon on my 1996 ranger 4x4 5spd. I am wondering if there are any options out there that will make the clutch pedal a bit easier to depress. I will be doing the clutch as part of doing the slave cylinder to see if that fixes my stiff shifting problem. The clutch pedal is currently the heaviest of all vehicles I own (moreso than my two WRX cars)
 


franklin2

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1984
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Bronco II
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If its wore out and engaging high up in the pedal travel, then just putting a new stock clutch in will make it much easier to push. It seems in my experience as the clutch wears, the clutch fingers get higher and higher and that makes them hard to push. I suppose wear in the diaphragm will cause it to be stiffer to work also.
 

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