Quarter Master 325090 5.5 Inch Clutch 3-Disc Pack, 1-5/32 In 26-Spline
5.5" Diameter, Solid Hub Style, 1.156" Input Shaft Diameter, 26 Input Shaft Spline Count
- Made up of a metallic friction material and weighs only 2.10 lbs.
- This cutch disc pack comes in a triple-disc 1-5/32" 26-spline configuration
- Has a 5.5" diameter and a input shaft diameter measuring 1.156" with a 26 spline count
- An increased torque capacity gives the driver a better clutch pedal feel, improving drivability
- Features an advanced friction formula developed from rigorous testing and feedback in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Quartermaster replacement clutch disc pack available in a triple-disc 1-5/32" 26-spline configuration. Disc packs feature an advanced friction formula developed from rigorous testing and feedback in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The increased torque capacity gives the driver a better clutch pedal feel, improving drivability. Performance is also improved due to the increased coefficient of friction.
- New Spec: .105"
- Discard Spec: .095"
- Allowable Warpage: .006"
Tech Tip: When installing a new clutch, be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for correct set-up. You should also replace the pilot bushing/bearing.
Tech Tip: To extend the life of your expensive racing clutch you should not use it to load the car on or in your trailer. The amount of slippage this causes is worse than a night of racing.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
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