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HMR Street Drag Clutch Issues
I am having problems with the clutch disengaging still. Tried new hydrualics and that did nothing but spend money. So here is where we think we are. I put new clutch disc in while the trans was out incase anything was wrong with them from the input shaft breaking. I ordered them and they are suppose to be a direct replacement, but we are thinking they are thicker, making the fingers on the pressure plate pushed farther in. I measured the movement of the throw out bearing fork and pulled all the way back it is 3/8 to 1/2in, pushed all the way in it is 2 1/8 in. to the fork from the back of the slave cylinder hole. The rod on the slave cylinder is about 2 in long fully extended. If looking in from the bottom of the trans the pressure plate moves some, but not much. What are your thoughts or ideas on this one
I am running a HMR Street Drag clutch, this one http://haisleymachine.com/product_in...oducts_id=2370
I won't call any names on this,but I have tried for over a week to find out some info on the phone with the place I bought the clutch from (not hard to figure that place out) and every time I call get told I will be called back, and have heard nothing back for over a week. Tired of waiting and calling for no reason. I seem to be wasting time using the phone and I need the truck back up and going instead of sitting in the corner. Really tired of calling with no results. I hate to post something bad about a company but
Sorry for such a long post but I need some help on this or what to try next.
Thanks for any and all help.
02 Dodge Ram CTD, 6 spd., HMR Street Drag Clutch, Raptor 150, Edge Drag Comp, Smarty, Injectors, aFe air intake, 2 in leveling kit, 4 in exhaust, and 3 guages-Fuel Pressure, Boost, and EGT's.
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