Depends on what you do with the truck but id say go with a dual disk from southbend
Do I need to change the input shaft to a different size or something? I thought I saw that once...Depends on what you do with the truck but id say go with a dual disk from southbend
Thats what I wanted to know! Thanks also for a big single disc do i need to upgrade the hydraulics?Ya on a nv4500 if you want a DD you will need to upgrade input shaft but you can get a good rated single with an upgraded 13" flywheel like they run in the 6 speeds on that input shaft, good deals on either that DD with an upgraded input shaft and cer/cer singles from Valair and thats what we all run
yup!Two words....SOUTH BEND...:thumbsup:
Well I don't plan on huge numbers, pretty much whatever a programmer, my 75hp injectors, and a turbo will yield me will be it...yup!
it all depends on how much power you plan on having if you have to upgrade the input shaft. i'd pretty much say yes upgrade it and get a dual disk, that way you never have to do it again.
No need to do the hydraulics unless you do the DD and upgraded shaftThats what I wanted to know! Thanks also for a big single disc do i need to upgrade the hydraulics?