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Posted By 8v149Detroit Monday, September 24, 2018 12:01 PM
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Alright I need some help with the clutch in my dads 85 international with a big cam 3 cummins. We got to the little aluminum tag on the clutch and it being our luck the tag is near unreadable. The clutch is a spicer clutch and the trans model number is RTF 1110. Does any one know what clutch will work with this trans?
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may i ask why you are replacing the clutch. is it shot or just need adjusting?
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It is shot it needed one 3 years ago when we rebuilt the transmission itself but we were broke at the time
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Pot or flat flywheel? 1.75 or 2" shaft?
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2 inch shaft I'm unsure if flat or pot style but I'll ask my dad when he gets back in(The transmission is still in the truck). Would the cpl help determine the flywheel?
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Most likely a 14" pot type. Used a dampened disk 14" double plate clutch. My choice is organic linings but most go with a ceramic puck clutch.

14” Clutch RC390DOX

is the Haldex part number for a 14" organic
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Thanks for the help he probably isn't going to order the clutch just yet. Now to try to get myself ready to tear it apart. We are never truly ready

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