South Bend Street Dual Disc Clutch

94-13 Dodge Cummins 5.9L & 6.7L (NV4500, NV5600, G56 Trans.)

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03 cummins
ralf (mn) 8/19/2013 2:24 AM
Didn't know when I bought this clutch that it wouldn't hold up to sled pulling after the thread pull clutch started to slip I called south bend and found out that they didn't recumend this clutch for pulling.
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great
Gus Turner (Tennessee) 8/12/2013 8:01 PM
200,000 miles later on 2007 dodge dually 475 hp still doing good no complaints. Worth the money.
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Great clutch hi price
troy (Oregon) 12/1/2012 4:21 PM
I have an 06 cummins one ton dually with a flatbed. at 65,000 the stock clutch went out. my dad put another stock clutch in and started to haul heavy loads and it went out again at 94,000 so i looked in to double disc clutch and ended up buying this one its a great clutch no slips on hills towing 10,000 pounds up the summit no slip in town smokin fords at red light it holds hyper tech on level 3 and edge ez chip on stage 3 the overall HP between the truck 340 hp stock and hyper tech 176 hp the edge ez chip is 65hp you do the math.Light pedal effort shift nice. Two problems one is the price and the second is the stick moves a little slower
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Awesome Clutch
Richard (Topeka, KS) 5/26/2012 10:25 AM
Handles everything all day. No slip. Shifts like stock and no extra pedal pressure. Edge EZ, PPE Xcle, Fass 150, Amsoil Bypass. GET ONE, can't go wrong, make sure you call and find your exact application needs.
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Praise for the South Bend Clutch
Rick (Indiana) 9/30/2011 11:03 AM
Just a quick word about South Bend Clutches--Using my Dodge Ram 2500, I just pulled a SEMI out of a predicament--his Right front tire was off the road in a ditch. Put it in 4-low and pulling together, got him unstuck. My clutch, a dual-disc South Bend, did not slip at all. Gotta love it (and Cummins, of course!). Getting the right one was a bit of a chore, but once that was done, I was golden. Be sure to call them before you order if you have a 2005 Dodge! Thanks Xtreme Diesel for hooking me up!
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2007 5.9 mega cab dually g56
steven (texas) 3/2/2011 9:46 PM
The clutch is very good quality. I pull a goose neck and tractor and it holds everything I throw at it. Stock burned up at around 60 thousand miles. I have 80 thousand and still no slip. Seems to shift a little slower though. smarty, intake, exhaust, edge insight, bd boost fooler
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