Is there any such thing as too much clutch? I have been looking at the single disks and dual disks and I want to do it 1 time. I don't want to spend money this month and next year when I get a new upgrade on the truck be slipping my clutch again. I tow heavy so longevity and holding power are important to me.
I have been eying the dual disk 3600# ceramic clutches. Is this too much clutch. I guess what I am asking is that is it worth it to go ahead and spend the $500 more once to be done with it than to have to worry about buying another clutch down the road.
I have a stock motor with a drop in air filter and a muffler delete. I run my smarty on various lower levels and I am already slipping my clutch on the lower economy levels with only 24k on the clock. I want to be able to run whatever smarty level I want to unloaded, not including stacking, and still hold it and then be able to back it down and tow my camper to the next site that I have to go to.
I pull heavy. I live in my RV and travel with work so it is pretty heavy and I have towed it 4,000 miles since the end of March. It weighs between 17k and 18k and I crossed the scales at 25,000lbs even last time I weighed.
I am not really worried about pedal pressure, I am a big boy and can get used to it. I will be doing the hydraulic upgrade because I already think my stock hydraulics suck but that is just my opinion. My stocker is ok for now but I need one before I haul another 2500 mile trip in September with my camper in tow.
I searched multiple times and never really could get an answer as to whether you could have too much clutch.