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post #1 of 4 Old 04-07-2010, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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which clutch?

im brand new so bare with me. but im getting ready to buy a new clutch. i currently have a luk clutch and so far it has held up. but with my new injectors it aint gonna last long. so southbend or valair or what? havent found any real good info on either yet. any info would be great! thanks!

97 reg cab 5 speed, luk clutch, 5 inch exhaust, superduty intercooler, rosewood 2's, wildman tunes, gauges, 4 inch lift, 35 mud grapplers, 17 inch xd wheels
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post #2 of 4 Old 04-07-2010, 01:14 PM
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I have a South Bend CON OFE and it holds up to my stage I's and TW chip easily. Customer service was great. I have also heard nothing but good about the Valair clutch as well as their customer service. From what I researched they are both great clutches. I will vote for South Bend though just because thats what I have and I havent had any trouble with it at all.


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Valair has held up great w/ exceptional customer service and alot cheaper thn sb! i have not been able get it to slip at all. Im pushing like 450hp and regularly tow around 15k gooseneck

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my vote is for Valair.. i have been selling them for years and have not had anyone break their clutch... plus customer service is very good... you can find them here: ValAir Performance Diesel Clutches

let me know if you have any questions

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