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Xtreme Outback Expand Jeep Clutch Upgrade Range

by Digital Mayne Media

Heavy duty 4×4 clutch kit specialists, Xtreme Outback, offers an extensive range of upgrade clutch kits for modified 4x4s.

The brand is a division of Australian Clutch Services and can be purchased through a comprehensive nationwide distribution network. Xtreme Outback has now introduced a new range of upgrades to suit Jeep Wrangler 3.6L models including both sprung organic and cushioned ceramic kits.

“Our new range of upgrades for the Jeep Wrangler are ideal for those who have modified their vehicle for increased power and torque or who have increased the mass of their vehicle with the addition of aftermarket accessories,” explains Stewart Furze, Australian Clutch Services Mechanical Engineer. “The new upgrades complement our already extensive range of upgrades for various Jeep models including our hydraulics and accessories. The kits are also ideal for our US performance division and were recently exhibited at the Bantam Jeep Festival in Pennsylvania.”

The new kits are available with everything required for the installation including a replacement release bearing, pilot bearing and alignment tool. Xtreme Outback is also offering kits with a replacement single-mass flywheel if required. The upgraded pressure plate in all kits offers a 20 per cent increase in clamping force giving the sprung organic kit a 450 Nm torque capacity whilst the cushioned ceramic upgrade brings this up to 690 Nm with both torque capacities including a large factor of safety. “The organic kits are our most popular options for all 4×4 applications and are suitable for daily driven street vehicles, off-road and towing. The ceramic upgrade is designed for those who have made significant modifications to their car and require that exceptionally high torque capacity and improved heat capacity.”

The new Jeep upgrade kits are available through the Xtreme Outback nationwide distribution network.

For more information, please visit www.xtremeoutback.com.au

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