There are many parts in your Dodge that will have to be replaced periodically over the lifetime of your vehicle, with some, like your brake pads, needing frequent replacement and others, such as those in your clutch assembly, requiring less frequent replacement with a Dodge clutch kit. Your clutch assembly is part of the process by which the power created within your engine is transferred to the wheels, enabling those wheels to put your vehicle in motion. This is a process that places a great deal of wear and tear on the clutch parts that are most important to the process, which is why you can expect to have to install a new Dodge clutch kit periodically. The typical Dodge clutch kit will come with a clutch disc, pressure plate, release bearing and an alignment tool, if necessary for your particular vehicle. In addition to the standard Dodge clutch kit, there are also high performance versions, something you may want to consider if you've made performance modifications to your engine or if you find that you are having to replace your standard version more frequently than it seems that you should or more often than is recommended by your suggested maintenance schedule. The wearing of the clutch parts is not just a purely mechanical matter, but also relates personal driving style and to the particular driving circumstances, which is why some drivers may have to install a new Dodge clutch kit more frequently than other drivers, who may travel less challenging roads and easier miles. If you have questions about the Dodge clutch kit types we carry or need some help in choosing just the right one for your vehicle needs and individual driving situation, you're invited to make use of our live help system, which is available through our website. When you do decide which Dodge clutch kit will be best for you, you can place your order online or with a fast toll-free phone call.