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12-06-2012 19:35:59

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Having driven Coast-to-Coast over 2 Million miles..I have seen and experienced good and bad clutches.. The "Feramic" clutches seemed to be OK until a driver would over-heat the Feramic clutch. They will "hold" good power even after they have bee Burnt..But, they get real grabby.. Would about toss a driver right out the Window..!


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12-07-2012 03:59:15

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 Re: BIMETALIC CLUTCHES in reply to BushogPapa, 12-06-2012 19:35:59  
Is there a difference between Organic and Feramic clutches ? Or are they the same thing as fiber clutches ? I only used fiber in past.

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12-07-2012 06:01:37

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 Re: BIMETALIC CLUTCHES in reply to randaleky, 12-07-2012 03:59:15  
You have about the same variety to choose from as you will find in Brake Linings uses natural materials and will last a very long time.. Ceramic Feramic "Bi-Metal" i would assume are all about the same...: the friction pads are a composite, made of Scintered Iron and Ceramic.. The Ceramic may be used more in very large equipment, such as pulling tractors or Racing. Not the best choice for a Team-driven Semi.. Ron

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