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post #1 of 13 Old 06-02-2011, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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Time for a new clutch. Suggestions?

I got a 99 f250 6 spd. clutch has been slipping when i get on it so i figured time to replace it. Use the truck for daily driving and towing when needed, mostly 18ft car trailer and 21ft boat. Any suggestions as far as whats good whats bad? Got about $700 to spend. Not looking for stock hp rating. Thanks
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Our 1939 DF will fit that budget.

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Having good results with my Valair clutch . . .

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I like my Southbend, it was a good complete kit and performs well

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+1 for southbend! I need more decals though....

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I've had the South Bend 1939 DF in 2 7.3's, I recommend them and they are rated at 400hp.

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Had no problems with my val air
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went with the 1939DF. found it at my door after work today. kinda confused though. is the 1939df a 4 paddle? at least the site i got it from described it as a 4 paddle spicer design. just making sure i got the right one shipped before i pull my tranny. heres a pic of what i got.

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We went from the 4 paddle to the 12 button to help with smoothness on engagement. It is still the spicer design. I anyone needs decals just give us a call and we will send them out.

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Ok perfect. I didnt get any decals so ill be calling yall later. Thanks for the help. Much appreciated
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