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Old 01-30-2011, 10:05 PM
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Keith, for what it is worth, the Touring cars just don't have many clutch failures. Knock on wood..........I have had one and I have filled at least 5 log books. Since you won't be launching the 2 tons from a dead stop, the clutches are pretty much bullit proof. Good Luck.

Wheeler is a old school AS guy so he thinks if a part of a car isn't touching his hands, his feet or the ground that you should unbolt and remove said part. Be careful careful with that because some of these newer computer controlled cars won't start if the headlight isn't plugged in. The CTSV was very touchy when it came to computer and wiring. Best thing advise is to leave that stuff alone.
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