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Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Ringtown, PA
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Id say just replace the clutch. Get a southbend kit and it comes with everything you need. I went ahead and got their flywheel too but you can have yours resurfaced if its in decent shape. They also use a kevlar pilot bushing instead of a bearing. MUCH better than that stupid bearing. It saves the pilot shaft in the event of something going wrong.
Ive used Luk's on our pre-99's but havnt had good luck with them for the 99+. My southbend pulls about 20k lbs every day and ive got about 80000 miles on it. Thats the longest ive ever been able to keep a clutch in.
2001 F350 SRW CC 4WD LB
ZF6 w/ Southbend, 220k, DIY Intake, WW,NonEBPV Pedestal, CCV Mod, Gauges (Boost, Pyro), 2in Leveling Kit, 4" Straight MBRP, AIH Delete, 2-12" Kicker Comp's, Pioneer Amps
2001 F350 DRW EC 2WD (Rolled Over)
2000 F550 CC 2WD
Automatic, Jasper 4R100 w/Derale Pan & 6.0 Cooler, DIY Intake, AIH Delete, 4" MBRP,
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