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    Are the Clutch Housing Liners worth it?

    here is a video of the carbon fiber liner...ever use one?

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    I just put one on and have not blown a belt with it yet however the results without one was total devastation!!
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    worth it depends on what one you get. The over priced name brands are not worth it in my opinion. Carbon fiber definitely NOT worth it in my opinion. There are less expensive versions running around ebay and other places. Spend some time with poster board and scissors and make a template then cut that out of 20ga aluminum.

    the end goal is to prevent destroying you inner plastic housing which is $160ish (ithink). Even more is the PITA to remove clutches and replace the housing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megadesertdiesel View Post
    worth it depends on what one you get. The over priced name brands are not worth it in my opinion. Carbon fiber definitely worth in in m opinion. There are less expensive versions running around ebay and other places. Spend some time with poster board and scissors and make a template then cut that out of 20ga aluminum.

    the end goal is to prevent destroying you inner plastic housing which is $160ish (ithink). Even more is the PITA to remove clutches and replace the housing.

    Why do you think more of the carbon fiber? Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmesic View Post
    Why do you think more of the carbon fiber? Tim
    sheet!! fat finger typing should be NOT worth it
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    Geiser is down to 169. For a 1 piece alum. 080 94 for the 2 piece that needs to be bolted in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desertdog01 View Post
    Geiser is down to 169. For a 1 piece alum. 080 94 for the 2 piece that needs to be bolted in
    oh you poor bastards that bought hose at the ridiculous initial price.

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    I have blown five belts in the dunes and it’s never come close to taking out my covers. I’m not usually a lucky kind a guy so go figure.


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    Blew a belt in the dunes no issue, blew a belt on high speed run in the desert and it looked like a 1/2 stick of dynamite went off
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rokus View Post
    I have blown five belts in the dunes and it’s never come close to taking out my covers. I’m not usually a lucky kind a guy so go figure.


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    That’s funny, i know this guy Tim who blew 5 guys with black belts. You know him?

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