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Old 11-23-2010, 09:39 AM
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Default view about clutch upgrade?? 3500 standard

i have a 06 dodge 3500 manual and heard a clicking sound after i switched gears. went to two dif mechanics and both said it was a lose spring in the dual mass pressure plate or dual mass clutch or something. both recomended upgradin it to a single plate instaed of the dual plate thats on it now. Anybody hear of this and what do they think about it or are they just trying to make extra money off me. replacin it with the same stuff is $800 upgrade about $1200.
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I had a dual disc clutch in my '71 440 Dodge Charger . That was a upgrade for me from a single disc clutch . I got tired of burning up the replacement clutches . I personally would try and stick with a dual disc if your using it for pulling trailers or heavy loads . It's twice the friction area . More grabbing power . I had a McCleod Street Twin . I was one of the first ones in the area to run one . It was built to order . Flywheel to bearing was the only way it was sold . I got it at cost and just had to pay for shipping as long as I reported back to them my findings . It cost me $420.00 with shipping . Nice setup .
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