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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-17-2007, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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Which Clutch

Im fixin to buy a clutch. But ive heard two different stories. I was told to get the dual disc 3250 from south bend but somebody told me that is would crap out on me. Then they told me to get a brass button clutch. Told me it would hold better and last longer that the south bend. Can i get some feedback?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-18-2007, 08:31 AM
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My advise is to call SouthBend or ValAir They will know what will work best for your truck and driving style.
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Like my southbend and plan on going with another for this coming season. Customer service is awesome!! 3600 didnt like the sled as much as I had hoped but was streetable and held everything I could throw at it on the street.
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I say call that guy with the frankentruck. err wait pm him. he knows his clutches.

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how grabby is that full ceramic i dont know if i want that or the full feramic
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With what you have in your signature i would honestly tell you the full feramic will work for your application. Ceramic can be VERY grabby depending on how you drive. My Ceramic has become alot more grabby as it has aged and been abused.

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