Moparts Tech Archive
Manual & Clutches
10½ and 11" Centerforce dual friction clutch part numbersI don't know if anyone is interested in this or not but here are several pictures
of a 10½ and an 11" Centerforce dual friction clutch setup.
I figured it might be good info for the tech setion if nothing else???
A couple buddies and I all bought clutches at the same tie to save on shipping,not to mention
I added part numbers on the pictures to save a guy from having to
This is an 11" combo
This is what the backside of these discs look like
I found this interesting,it's a picture of the weights from the backside
And this is the front side shot of the weights
And last but not least here is a shot of the two different throwout bearings these use.
Those are the Centerforce numbers,I wanted to by all the stuff I knew would work.I've got a question, I have a 101/2 centerforce in my Dart. The pedal feel is kinda strange, at about the halfway point(releasing) it just seems to push (spring?) out at you. Makes it hard to get a feel for the pedal.
Is this a case where I need to remove a spring from the linkage?
The feel to the pedal is just not linear from all the way in to all the way out, or is it just me?
To get a more "normal" feel remove the over center spring on the clutch pedal. Mine feels like a regular clutch since I don't have this spring.
Auto-xr is right! Remove that big ole honkin srping from under you dash and you're in business.
Just remember that you need to set your clutch pedal to 3/4 to 1" free play disengaged. Orrrrrrr you can measure at the flywheel-to-clutch for .030 airgap.
I don't care what other guys say about adding a helper/return spring at the fork or pivot to do the same thing...NOT! I tried it and removing the overcenter spring was the RIGHT move. You will be amazed at how easy it is the use that clutch.
light 'em up!