So my bud and I went out to the local spot to wheel around a bit today. I was coming down a suuuper steep hill in double low, just idleing. I got to about the last 20 feet of the hill and figured I'd just push the clutch in and zoom to the bottom of the hill. It had a nice gradual approach, figured it'd be kinda fun. At the bottom, the clutch pedal went totally limp with a loud crunch sound and the clutch engaged itself. So we loaded it up on the trailer, took it home and tore into it. Dropped the tranny/t-cases, unbolted the clutch from the flywheel and the friction disc came out in about 6 pieces....ALL of the friction material on the side against the pressure plate ripped right off the disc. Sheared the rivets off and wedged it all on one side between the flywheel and pressure plate. I got lucky that neither the flywheel or the pressure plate were damaged. Just a $40 clutch disc and I'm back on the road. Frickin wierd failure though. Anyone ever heard of this happening?