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Old 01-02-2019, 10:04 PM
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Clutch replacement add ons?

About to replace my clutch in my truck, Shirlee.
22re, w56c, 4wd.

What all should I look at replacing while in in there besides the flywheel (I know I could get it resurfaced, I got a good deal on the new one though) and what comes in the clutch kit? I was thinking rear main seal? Trans front seal? Starter contacts? Anything else thats hard to get to otherwise I should know about?

Already replace shifter seats and bushings. New transmission fluid within 5k too.

Here is what I have so far:

New flywheel
Marlin 1600lb HD clutch kit
- clutch disk
- pressure plate
- throw out bearing
- pilot bearing
- guide pin thing
ARP flywheel bolts
New oem pressure plate bolts
New aisin Slave cylinder
Braided stainless clutch hose

Thanks for all the info so far. Been around a while, but haven't needed to post much cause there's lots of good stuff on here already

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Replace you master cylinder as well while you there.
But otherwise it looks like you got it covered.
That was read before my coffee so I reserve the right to be wrong.
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I also did my starter contacts while I had that out. Bolts/nuts that hold exhaust manifiold to downpipe might be in bad shape if you take that apart to drop tranny and then you will need those 2 donut gaskets. Also, that one long bolt that secures the downpipe clamp might be in bad shape too. I did replace my rear main seal while I was in there but jury is out if that was a good idea. I used the grease method to get pilot bearing out, worked like a charm. I also got the Marlin clutch kit so also ordered their shifter bushing and SS hose.

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I also did my starter contacts while I had that out. ...

thanks,
already got the ss line, and shifter bushings were done a while back.

good looking out on the exhaust hardware and gaskets.

How do you like the feel of the marlin clutch?
are there any recommended bedding in procedures i should follow?

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I have their 1200# clutch. I had the recommended step cut in and I have just driven it like its stolen since.
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No break in. Got some smoking at first startup but that went away quickly. Forgot to mention, I also changed my motor mounts while tranny was out using another jack holding/lifting the motor and a 2x4 keeping the engine from tilting back into the firewall. I also changed the tranny mount, but that wasn't cheap and the old one I took out looked fine. I used OEM mounts, heard aftermarket ones are not as good and don't fit properly causing headaches during install. Motor mounts can really be done anytime, some say it is easier with tranny attached.

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