my stock clutch is failing, dynomite diesel suggests a south bend 13" rated at 450hp and 1000 ft/lbs and some upgrades for the hydraulics...should I go bigger now for when I add more power later and is there anything I should know about installing this myself? any tips would be great
my truck: 05' QCLB, 5" exhaust, Framboost Intake, Dr. Performance Stage III chip, Carli Suspension
nope that one is fine, if you go too big it will be a little tough to get into gear b/c you don't have enough power to engage it. you can however go w/ a dual disc clutch they make an econo version that is a bit cheaper than their almost 2g regular one.
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