Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Ladora, IA
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Well, here is what I have done and seems to have worked very well. I have not hooked onto anything really heavy (25K or more) yet with it.
I took a Fire extinguisher (Dry powder type) had a friend push the clutch in and I shot the whole fire extinguisher into the clutch. Then took it out and slipped the clutch a little on the starts. It has worked as far as I can't put the truck on a hill and slip it in any gear, with my 140+ hp tune.
I will let ya know how it does this weekend. Supposedly it grinds off (resurfaces) the clutch disc. Anything is better than putting a clutch in the truck.
But, if you had to put a clutch in, new, what would you put in the truck? Keep in mind the last time that I went across a set of scales I weighed 38,000+ pounds Gross, trailer and truck (No this isn't a typo!) so this truck gets pulled a lot.
2011 F350 XLT, CC LB, 4x4, SRW, Powerstroke 6.7, Mini Maxx, Factory Remote Start added, Productivity screen added, All White.