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The 1200 Series is a larger diameter assembly, which is designed for high torque output applications. This delivers a higher holding capacity, making it an ideal candidate for heavy towing applications. The 1200 Series Twin Disc features one sprung disc, creating a slightly smoother engagement compared to two rigid discs.
- ManufacturerClutch Masters
- Twin Disc (one sprung organic disc and one rigid organic disc)
- Rated up to 1400 ft/lbs of torque
- Aftermarket master / slave cylinder hydraulics are not necessary - because the entire assembly features the same overall depth as the factory clutch, you will not require adjustable hydraulics to change the throw
- No "floater" plate - by utilizing a unique strapped midplate, Clutch Masters' dual discs do not rattle, which is common from most alternative dual discs on the market
- Machined pressure plate - instead of using a stamped pressure plate, Clutch Masters machines their pressure plate from aluminum, which causes a 90% reduction in pressure plate flex, meaning you get consistent apply pressure
- Positive release and minimal increase in pedal effort
- Average weight of the entire assembly is 10% lighter than OEM to prevent excessive chatter and gear rattle.
- Aluminum Cover Assembly with attached Diaphragm
- Pressure Plate Ring
- Two Discs (Organic)
- One Mid Plate
- Billet Steel Flywheel
- Release Bearing
- Clutch Fork, pivot ball, and clip
- Pilot Bearing
- Pressure Plate Bolts
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I am shopping for a new clutch for my truck. I'm not interested in a South bend or valair dual disk since the ones I have driven in the past weren't that enjoyable. I've narrowed it down to either a beefy single disc or a clutch Masters dual disc for a weekend driver / tow rig. How well does this clutch work in an 05' Dodge nv5600? I can't find very much in the way of information as far as reviews and usage for this clutch on the internet since it's so new. Most dual disks I've ever been around don't drive very well. However, I heard on America's diesel podcast that you guys were putting one on your new Dodge shop truck. Hopefully, Tyler, you are the one that reads this and I would love to get your input. Does the clutch Masters Street dual disc drive smooth like a single disc, or does the shifting suck like most dual discs? How's the noise on it? I've yet to be around a South bend or valair dual disk that isn't crazy noisy either. Thanks!?
The noise is also non existent with the dampened mid plate. The are pretty smooth, a lot better then a heavy single disc would be. Still drives a little bit like a dual disc just the the extra rotational weight that the synchros have to match from having 2 disc's. Overall they have been really good. Only thing I don't care for is they don't have a dual for a Duramax or I would have one.-Sands