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zf6 clutch options

i believe my clutch is slipping a little. and i was wondering if anyone has done a write up on changing the clutch? and does anyone else know about clutch options? any input? thanks for the help!

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@[email protected] can help you out with some options.

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I run a South Bend double disc in my 2006. After adding power over time, the stock clutch would start slipping when I got over 2/3 throttle, so I upgraded it. Been very happy.

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ive been abusing my clutch. as far as i know its a stock clutch with 230k, but pulling more than 15000k through mud snow and doesn't grab the way it use to. i believe its slipping and im just looking for something i can slowly add more power to and not have to worry.

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I have South Bend's highest rated single disc, and it has worked good for 3 years, engagement is smooth and it doesn't slip under full power. However next time I will go with the dual disc because I want something that will grab better when I try to launch it. The single disc doesn't like high rpm launches in 4x4.

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This is the one I would recommend.

https://cncfab.us/i-30497997-south-b...dd3250-60.html

Mainly because its so easy to make good power with a 6.0L and just a tuner can get you very close in HP to the highest rated single disk they have.
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This is the one I would recommend.

https://cncfab.us/i-30497997-south-b...dd3250-60.html

Mainly because its so easy to make good power with a 6.0L and just a tuner can get you very close in HP to the highest rated single disk they have.
That is the clutch I have, and am very happy with it. Just beware that the dual disc clutch is different than a single disc in a few ways. The pedal is stiffer than stock, it can be "grabby" when starting off in 1st or reverse but you get used to how it behaves and the clutch isn't fully released until the pedal is completely depressed (to the floor). I mention this because if the clutch isn't fully released, it can be difficult to shift into first or reverse. Again, you get used to how it behaves, and I don't even notice it anymore.

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