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Old 12-23-2012, 10:19 PM
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Heavy single disc or dual disc clutch?

I have a 2004 f250 4x4 5.4L that I bought expressly for towing and hauling, I am going to upgrade the clutch, and possibly install a 2 speed rear end, my question is, go with a heavy single disc or a dual disc? Any opinions would be helpful
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I have a 2004 f250 4x4 5.4L that I bought expressly for towing and hauling, I am going to upgrade the clutch, and possibly install a 2 speed rear end, my question is, go with a heavy single disc or a dual disc? Any opinions would be helpful
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They have been building clutch assemblies for 40+ years, they are very well known in SoCal, excellent quality, excellent price & great to speak with regarding recommendations. never had an issue with any assembly I have ever purchased from them in the past 30+ years!
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Thanks, ill give them a call after the holidays and see what they have to say
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Two speed rear end? Not in a 3/4, and not with 4x4.......
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