Clutch Kits In order to ensure optimum performance
and lasting durability with every clutch installation, it’s
important to use only quality clutch components that are engineered
to function as a precision-matched system with the other driveline
components. That’s why every car & light duty truck clutch kit contains a new
pressure plate assembly, disc assembly, release bearing, pilot bearing/bushing,
and alignment tool designed for the specific vehicle applications
and driving styles. Each clutch kit is made to original equipment
standards, and more importantly made to perform as well to those
standards. Our extensive line of new clutch kits include coverage
on nearly 100% of all domestic and import applications for
passenger cars and light to heavy-duty trucks being driven.
Clutch Kits We use the same quality replacement parts
used in new clutch kits to remanufacture our own clutches. All work
is done on site and our quality controls are unsurpassed. We randomly
test units daily to assure that nothing is overlooked in our remanufacturing
process. We are not a mass producer that have given clutch
rebuilders a bad name due to many oversights and not enough quality
controls. Most of those companies have gone out of business, while
we have lasted for over 40 YEARS!!!!
Duty Clutches Just about every clutch can be upgraded
to heavy duty performance. Premium friction materials such as "Velvetouch"
, "Fibertuff", or even Kevlar can be used on the clutch
disc in a variety of ways depending on how the vehicle is being
used. Heavier pressure plates are available to withstand higher
horsepower, turbo engines, and just overworked cars and trucks.
& Obsolete Clutches This is one of our specialties. We have
rebuilt clutches for so many older vehicles too many to mention. We
have an extensive collection of old catalogs that go back to the early
1900's to properly identify older clutches. We are confident that
we can rebuild any of these older units and if parts are not available
we can fabricate if necessary in our machine shop.Photo
below: 1965 Ford Falcon Clutch.