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I've been extremely satisfied with every South Bend Clutch I've ever bought! I used to pull competitively with my 97 Cummins and had a SBC DD. My 79 Chevy K20 and my 97 F350 work truck both have single disc South Bend's in them and hold up to ton's of abuse. In my opinion you cannot go wrong with Peter and his crew!
Re-read your first post, and while you won't be able to stay under $1,000 if you go with a street dual disc like my boss has in his 99 Super Duty, it will hold up and put your power to the ground. I finally convinced him to pony up the money for a real clutch after he went through 4-5 single disc's from a local clutch shop here in Tennessee. I kept trying to tell him he was expecting too much from a single disc clutch with a Chip, Stage 3 Full Force injectors, and a 38R turbo pulling his 44' 8,000 car trailer everyday! LOL
97 F350 CC DRW 5spd SBC clutch, Swamps tunes, 3" DP 4" straight, Irate stainless bellows, WW2, Amsoil 4510 CAI, Autometer Gauges, Amsoil fluids throughout.
To do list: Plumb SD IC, Full Force Stage 1's, and some different tunes!
Last edited by 97HotShot; 03-28-2014 at 09:09 PM.