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Old 03-10-2018, 09:59 AM   #1
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NV5600 SB Triple Questions

Hey guys I'm pretty new to the sled pulling world and I have a few clutch questions.

I have an 02 Dodge 2500 6 speed. I found a good deal on Southbend triple disc clutch that was behind a NV4500. He ran a bell housing spacer and a 1 3/8 input. If I'm not mistaken my NV5600 is stock with a 1 3/8 shaft but I'm wondering if I would have to run a spacer or is the NV5600 bell housing already deep enough.

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Old 03-10-2018, 07:15 PM   #2
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bellhousing spacer, or spacer for the starter? the 5600 clutches run a starter spacer and the nv4500 doesn't. running that clutch with an nv4500 requires the starter spacer unless the flywheel was setup special for the nv4500.
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It's a spacer for the whole bellhousing. Looks to be about 3/4 of an inch in thickness.
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South bend requires the spacer and a longer input shaft which Iím not sure if you can get for the 5600


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