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need to replace original clutch. Advice?

Old 01-13-2019, 08:14 PM
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need to replace original clutch. Advice?

Finally at the point that the original clutch is wanting to slip when pulling a trailer and heavy acceleration. I am looking for options for a mildly tuned, deleted, and not over throttled 2010 crew cab shortbed 4x4. I do not drive hard and want a normal driving experience if at all possible without a lot of clutch rattle. Was looking at a South Bend Street Dual Disc (SDD) clutch so far. Please let me know thoughts and options for my application. Thanks!!!.
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Give SBC or Valair a call with your specifics.
I've got the SBC OKHD single. It'll hold a 90 hp tune,35's and a 1800 popup camper.
Zero clutch rattle but it has the expected gear rollover sound if I lug it. Thicker fluid will be necessary with the single mass flywheel conversion.
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