I've got a South Bend, and love it. It handles everything I throw at it. There is another one that people on here like... V something, well it starts with a "V", its not coming to me right now. But I'm sure someone will chime in with it."
I have a valair dual disk. Only have about 800 miles on it so far but its been exactly what i expected. They make a whole line of clutches. You can contact jbarker or valair1 on the forums here to get prices. Dan (valair1) was great, he made sure i had everything i needed and was great for the little questions.
There are some very good clutches available to you, southbend is not the only one, from what you read it is a good one though.
Valair has started to develop a following with their clutches.
I chose not to tuck my head in behind everyone else and follow the herd... I chose to go with a company called SPEC. So far I am enjoying the heck out of my dual disc from them. It is capable of holding over 1900ft/lbs, not that I plan to give her that much. After about 500 miles it started to quiet down when warm, no after about 2g's on it after the truck has warmed you can't even hardly notice the chatter while sitting at a stop. It is a little grabby while backing my boat, but as soon as the pedal is released it is smooth again.
Ultimately it is up to you how much money you wanna spend.
yes this is mainly a southbend crowd because the product and the price has made us all believers. then a company that stands behind their product 100% is really hard to come by. so the way i look at it is do it once and do it right the first time.
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