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Hey fellas. I need a new clutch. 1990 getrag 360. Basically stock except pump turned up a bit. May put a intercooler on it later. Thinking about a southbend but would consider anything. I want a good clutch though. Dont wanna come back in a year. Going to get flywheel turned and having center machined for updated pilot bushing. Also heard the stock sachs is a good clutch. Not sure where to get one of those. Plan on doing some pulling with her. I believe stock is thirteen inch right

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Thinking about going with a sachs from rock auto. K7068701. I'm gonna throw the bronze bushing away and upgrade to the roller style type. What you guys think https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...lutch+kit,1993
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Valair and south bend are top notch. Personally haven't heard of sachs so no input on that.

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Pulling like sled pulling? With a stock Sachs clutch? Hmmmmmmm....I doubt you would get it to hold while you spool the turbos and pre load the sled once you dump the clutch pedal your clutch will go with it if not that old getrag as well. Thats alot of shockload for a organic fibre fiber clutch. If you are sled pulling I would say south bed Feramic clutch and upgraded flywheel. And even at that you are just delaying the inevitable upgrade to an nv4500 with the 1 3/8 input.
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What you guys think about this one. No just pulling trailers and boats and stuff https://www.xtremediesel.com/valair-...lutch-nmu70279
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It doesnt say it fits getrag 360 but from the research I have done it looks like there all the same for the nv 4500 and such
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What you guys think about this one. No just pulling trailers and boats and stuff https://www.xtremediesel.com/valair-...lutch-nmu70279
That clutch wont fit, it fits a NV5600 1.375" input shaft, Getrag is 1.250." I would go with the Sachs, they are oem for your truck. I have 330k on my '91 D-250 with just a release bearing change at about 280K.

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Ok I've heard real good things about sachs but I can't find one. Not sure if that sachs from rock auto is what I need. Heard they quit making them
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Early nv5600 had the smaller shaft (1.250) it was later revised to the 1.375 sometime around 02-03
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Thinking about going with a sachs from rock auto. K7068701. I'm gonna throw the bronze bushing away and upgrade to the roller style type. What you guys think https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...lutch+kit,1993
This clutch should fit, the ad says 4 in stock. Your stock clutch (if oem) is 13"x1.250x10 spline.

This is about the same thing but more money, see link. Whatever you do don't down grade to the 12.250 clutch that a lot of parts houses want to sell.

https://www.phoenixfriction.com/p-23...van-13-in.aspx

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Early nv5600 had the smaller shaft (1.250) it was later revised to the 1.375 sometime around 02-03
Yes, the 1.375 arrived in 2000 with the HO engine.

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early nv5600 had the smaller shaft (1.250) it was later revised to the 1.375 sometime around 02-03
yes, the 1.375 arrived in 2000 with the ho engine.
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