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Old 11-14-2009, 04:14 PM   #1
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Need clutch info

Do u all make a clutch for a duramax ? The truck im lookin at has well over 400 rwhp and i need a clutch that will hold up. I plan on using the truck as a dalily driver and for heavy towing last load was 20k pounds so do i need or will i benefit from a dual disc. Not to pit vendors againt each other but since i might purchase ur product why do u think ur clutches are better than your competition like southbend etc. The truck in question is a 05 lly 1 ton with a zf6 and has 4x4.

Thank u for the help and advice in advance Ryan
 
Old 11-14-2009, 10:56 PM   #2
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bump for ya sure dan can help you out
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Old 11-15-2009, 05:28 PM   #3
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Do u all make a clutch for a duramax ? The truck im lookin at has well over 400 rwhp and i need a clutch that will hold up. I plan on using the truck as a dalily driver and for heavy towing last load was 20k pounds so do i need or will i benefit from a dual disc. Not to pit vendors againt each other but since i might purchase ur product why do u think ur clutches are better than your competition like southbend etc. The truck in question is a 05 lly 1 ton with a zf6 and has 4x4.

Thank u for the help and advice in advance Ryan
Ryan, we do offer some single and dual disc cluches for your application, 400 hp and towing not a problem, Single Disc. But are you gonna drive it hard as well, then i would recommend a dual disc, and as far as my competition goes, i own a clutch company, i'm sure the only clutch i ever have used is my own so therefore cant comment. But i heard they build good clutches as a few others do as well. Might do better asking for Joe public's opinion other than a salesman.
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Old 11-15-2009, 11:05 PM   #4
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Well thanks for the info. Could you give me a quote on a dual disc. What plate load is it and will the pedal pressure be managable. Also will a hydralic upgrade be needed for the duramax? Im used to dodges and am not sure of all that is needed to upgrade the duramax ZF6 trans. Thanks Ryan
 
Old 11-25-2009, 10:27 PM   #5
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Do it. Been on my Valair dd for a year and a half and not had a problem yet.
 
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