The South Bend Hydraulics work great except there is a flaw in the design. The master cylinder is held to the fire wall by a twist lock system. I have a 2006 Dodge 3500 HD. The vibration from the truck rotates the master cylinder after about 5000 miles and the master cylinder ends up in the engine compartment.
04 5.9 NV5600
Easy install. Installed in conjunction with South Bend Dual Disk street clutch. Good to go
Easy to install
I have needed this part for over a year, and let me tell you. It made a world of a difference. My stock slave cylinder was broken some how, and the pedal would actually come out of the fire wall and get jammed under hard acceleration, and it barely had any resistance to it when you went to apply the clutch. After I installed this, which was straight forward. It actually feels like I have a clutch. And its probably good that I did this, because the electrical part was broken on the old one, so you could start it whether you were holding the clutch in or not. Anyways, I found that mounting the reservoir is alot easier when you drill tiny holes first. That way the self tapping screws aren't walking all over the place. And the metal clip that it comes with to old it to the pedal, I don't know if I was not putting it on right, but to me it seemed like it could just fall off. So I kept the plastic piece that held the old one to the pedal.