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Clutch Kits - OE Replacement

Clutch Kits - OE Replacement

OE (Original Equipment) Replacement Clutch Parts

Cars | Pickups | SUV's | Vans


If you're reading this, you probably need to replace a clutch. But which clutch is best? Should you pay top-dollar for an OEM clutch from the stealership dealership? Or go with the bargain special at the local auto parts store? Here's what we recommend:

First, you always want to look for a clutch that has been:

  • Carefully designed for precise fitment and OE-spec functionality (or better)
  • Designed to maintain stock performance and driving feel, even at higher performance levels
  • Tested thoroughly, both on the bench and in the real-world on the road

At Phoenix, all our clutches meet these requirements.

Second, you want to go with a trusted brand. Phoenix Friction, for example, is one of the world's largest providers of clutches and brakes for commercial fleets and industrial vehicles. Other brands we carry, like Sachs, Exedy, Eaton Fuller, Aisin, Valeo, and others are all Tier 1 suppliers that provide parts directly to automakers (meaning these are the companies that make most of OEM clutches).

Third, you should look for a clutch guarantee. We offer a 12 month, 12k mile warranty on all the clutches we sell. We also test each and every clutch before we ship it out the door, and we carefully review all orders to verify fitment too.

Finally, you want to buy from a company that offers great pricing, great customer support, free shipping, and a huge selection of parts. At Phoenix Friction, we carry clutch kits for most vehicles produced from the 1950s and onwards. Our pricing is excellent. We offer free shipping on most orders, and we're always available via email, phone, or chat.

Choosing a clutch is hard, but we're here to make it easy. Please don't hesitate to call, email, or request a live chat with any and all of your replacement clutch questions.