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How long does a clutch generally last?

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2010-03-13 03:39:04
2010-03-13 03:39:04

As long as you don't ' ride the clutch' it is not uncommon to go 100,000 + miles. Trucks will be less if they are worked hard.

If you know what you're doing they last a long, long time. My friend has a truck with about 110k on it and it still has the original clutch.

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