I bought a Centerforce and am very happy. Don't go to cheep it you are running big tires or high power. No sense doing the job twice. If you can get a tranny jack it will make your life much easier. I borrowed a tranny jack and did the entire job by myself in very little time. Removed the crossmember with the tranny and transfer case still attached all as one unit. This is a huge time saver. The job could easily be done in a weekend or even in one day or less if everything goes good. As you know this isn't always the case. If you cant locate a jack then have a strong friend with you for help. Keep in mind that you will need to have the flywheel resurfaced at a locate machine shop which will cause a delay in how long the job will take. Maybe if you talk to them in advance they will do it for you as soon as you bring it in so you can have it back in an hour or so. You will also need a special tool to remove the bearing (or bushing depending on what you have) in the crankshaft. Make sure you replace this. Check with your local auto parts store as most will rent a tool to you for a fully refundable deposit when you return the tool. If you can't find one I can give you a couple other ideas on how to remove this without the tool but it will take a bit longer to do. Tool is fast and works very nicely.
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