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pressure plate solid or dualmass?

How do i find out if i have a solid or dualmass flywheel before i take the tranny out. need to get the parts and they have to be ordered.
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I believe all superduties were single mass... bout the only way i know you could check without pulling the tranny is to remove the inspection cover and measure the thickness of the flywheel...

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Buy a South Bend Clutch Kit that includes a single flywheel and fix it right.

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