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Old 07-04-2007, 11:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch gone from mud and water??

Alright so i was at the local mud races saturday, and i was playing in a hole that was probably 4ft deep with water mostly. After a few times of goin through it the clutch started slipping badly, like did not want to move. So i let it sit and dry out for about an hour or so and it was good. Drove home and all was fine. Now this week i went to drive around the yard and clutch is slipping like mad, drove around a little and cant get above 2500 RPM or it will just rap up and clutch slip away. The clutch was slipping at above 4000 RPM before all of this so i guess the water just finished it off??? I bought a centerforce dual friction and am goin to try that out cuz ive had good luck in my cars with em. But anyone have any problems out of the centerforce dual friction that run in mud??
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