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Ram Dual Disc Clutch Kits

March 15 2012 at 6:05 AM
Swanson Eric  (Login flrebel)
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I am getting a opening order together for Ram Clutches. I need a little info? What is most popular for FE engines? Zero Balance? I gonna have these in stock, and will have some good deals on them.

Thanks, Eric
941-223-9056
AKA: Rebel Performance

 
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paul
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dual 8'' clutch

March 15 2012, 6:29 AM 

I have raced ram dual 8 for 10 years, & they are user friendly. With trick tit.you have to use chev.size flywheel.With browl bellhousing, you have to use AMX flywheel size. You also have to move starter when you use these other flywheels. If you need help in doing this feel free to call. 3046173628
P.S. bellhousing needs to be 8.125"deep

 
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Steve
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If I had to do all that -

March 15 2012, 7:01 PM 

stuff, I wouldn't even bother. I'd go with a McCloud.

 
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Swanson Eric
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Ram Clutch

March 16 2012, 2:52 PM 

Opinions are like Ass holes, every body has one!

 
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Eric
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Wow! That was professional Eric Swanson. NOT! n/m

March 16 2012, 8:16 PM 



1966 F100 LWB
Balanced 390 .060 over, Comp 270s, gasket matched F427 intake, headers, gasket matched/bowl blended C8AE-H heads, 2-1/2" duals, C-O-M with 3:54 gears and Tracloc.

 
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Curtis D.
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re: Ram Dual Disk Clutch Kits

March 15 2012, 12:31 PM 

Eric,

What are the pricing range for a Ram clutch for TKO600 with Fidanza alum. flywheel on an FE Ford? Is it a multi finger clutch or 3 finger (long style, I believe it's called)

Thanks, Curtis

 
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Eric
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Delete. n/m

March 15 2012, 8:45 PM 



    
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