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what clutch to run???

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by twoslo4five0, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. twoslo4five0

    twoslo4five0 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    i just got my hydro 465/205 and now i need to know what clutch to run...the truck will be on 38s with 513s and a stock motor...it will mostly be a trail truck with limited street use...ive looked at centerforce...they list a ton off diffrent clutches...dont mind paying some $$$ just as long as it lasts...what do yall run...how stong is the stocker???
     
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    no one???
     
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    Centerforce will last forever. I ran a Centerforce II in my Toyota, and would have rather had the dual friction. The I (one) is close to stock. I think the numbers are I=33% more holding power than stock, II=66% more, and the dual friction = 90% or something close to that. Hayes are real good clutches too and have some equivalent to the Centerforce's.
     
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    what size is there a diffrence between the hydo and mech..sorry about theese questions...first manual truck ive ever done...
     
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    do not run 3 finger style with hydro bell and hydro fork. i know why. :doah:

    it hits the fork bad. no fun changing a second time.
     
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    anyone got any part numbers???im kinda a noob on this subject...
     

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