Ram Clutches 401 10-1/2 Inch GM Pressure Plate, Nodular Ring 17.5 Lbs
Muncie 4-Speed, Saginaw 3-Speed, Saginaw 4-Speed, T10, T5, TKO, 10.500" Diameter
- Engineered to provide a durable mating surface for the clutch disc
- A2800 lb. pressure spring provides increased static pressure over stock clutches
- Lightweight design means that it only weighs 17.5 lbs.
Ram clutches for stock clutch rule classes give you unmatched performance and durability. These 10.5 inch diameter assemblies utilize a nodular iron pressure ring which provides a durable mating surface for the clutch disc. A 2800 lb. pressure spring provides increased static pressure over stock clutches.
If your rules require a full facing or sprung hub disc, the RAM 300 Series organic racing disc provides the best holding power of any organic disc available and adds only about 2 pounds to the total weight of the set.
All Ram street stock clutches are completely rebuildable by the factory.
Tech Tip: When installing a new clutch, be sure to follow the manufacturers 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.
Item Details17.5 lbs.
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Q & A
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