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Need aftermarket clutch advice asap

My clutch went out today, and I had to have it towed to a stealer. They're gonna call me on monday when they confirm the problem. I told them I would probably want an aftermarket clutch, if they could get it for me. I'm pretty well stuck here, in Missouri, so I'm not gonna be able to take it home and do it myself. So, assuming they'll put an aftermarket one in for me, which one should I get. I tow ALOT, so keep that in mind. Also, where's the best place to get them. thanks in advance

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SouthBend CON OFE! with out a doubt. The con O wont hold the power you got with the towing and the con FE is not recommended to tow with AT ALL. It is purely a "on and off" type of clutch.

so again SB Con OFE.

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SouthBend CON OFE! with out a doubt. The con O wont hold the power you got with the towing and the con FE is not recommended to tow with AT ALL. It is purely a "on and off" type of clutch.

so again SB Con OFE.

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yall ever tried anything else, like a luk? JW, which one do you have, the ofe?

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'06 Dodge 4wd Dually, Auto, Edge Juice, AFE Bladerunner, 5" turbo back, BHAF
www.EmpireIronWorks.com


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