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Old September 23rd, 2013, 06:14 PM
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Default Get a brand new clutch for your 305 V6 for 155.00

BarryGMC pointed out that you can swap out our clutch for one from the bigger trucks in another thread. This is great news to us that though they werent made anymore! So heres where you can get it. Theyre sold out in alot of places but you can find them on ebay for 205.00

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from...ch+kit&_sop=15

Or get them from Amazon for 200
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Or save some bucks and get them from here like I did. they had 5 in stock when I called:

https://www.autopartsandstuff.com/rh...clutchkit.aspx
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Great news, Thanks for the link's!
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Default Re: Get a brand new clutch for your 305 V6 for 155.00

Bump to the top for everyone else!

The advance autopart one is here now

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/p...62-1/5332559-p


Specs:

Alignment Tool Included: Yes
Clutch Disc Diameter: 12 in
Clutch Disc Type: Dampened
Counterweight Assist: No
Disc Diameter: 12 in
Disc Material: Organic
Flywheel Included: No
Hardware Included: No
Input Shaft Diameter: 1.125 in
Input Spline Quantity: 10
Pilot Bushing Included: Yes
Pressure Plate Type: 3 Lever Borg & Beck
Release Bearing Included: Yes


Trucks some websites say the Perfection Clutch model fits (for cross compatibility)

DODGE B100 VAN 1974 V8-7.2L
DODGE B200 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE B200 VAN 1974 V8-7.2L
DODGE B300 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE B300 VAN 1974 V8-7.2L
DODGE D100 78-76 V8-6.6L
DODGE D100 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE D100 PICKUP 71-69 V8-6.3L
DODGE D100 PICKUP 74-72 V8-6.6L
DODGE D100 PICKUP 74-73 V8-7.2L
DODGE D150 78-77 V8-6.6L
DODGE D150 1978 V8-7.2L
DODGE D200 78-75 V8-6.6L
DODGE D200 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE D200 PICKUP 71-69 V8-6.3L
DODGE D200 PICKUP 74-72 V8-6.6L
DODGE D200 PICKUP 74-73 V8-7.2L
DODGE D300 78-76 V8-6.6L
DODGE D300 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE D300 PICKUP 71-69 V8-6.3L
DODGE D300 PICKUP 74-72 V8-6.6L
DODGE D300 PICKUP 74-72 V8-7.2L
DODGE D400 1978 V8-7.2L
DODGE D450 1978 V8-7.2L
DODGE W100 77-75 V8-6.6L
DODGE W100 77-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE W100 PICKUP 71-69 V8-6.3L
DODGE W100 PICKUP 74-72 V8-6.6L
DODGE W100 PICKUP 74-73 V8-7.2L
DODGE W150 78-77 V8-6.6L
DODGE W150 1978 V8-7.2L
DODGE W200 78-76 V8-6.6L
DODGE W200 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE W200 PICKUP 71-69 V8-6.3L
DODGE W200 PICKUP 74-72 V8-6.6L
DODGE W200 PICKUP 74-73 V8-7.2L
DODGE W300 78-76 V8-6.6L
DODGE W300 78-75 V8-7.2L
DODGE W300 PICKUP 71-69 V8-6.3L
DODGE W300 PICKUP 74-72 V8-6.6L
DODGE W300 PICKUP 74-72 V8-7.2L

1986 Chevrolet C30 Silverado Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet G20 Chevy Van Extended Cargo Van 3-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet G30 Hi-Cube Cutaway Van 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet K10 Custom Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet K10 Scottsdale Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet K20 Custom Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet K30 Custom Cab & Chassis 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 Chevrolet K30 Silverado Cab & Chassis 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC C2500 Base Cab & Chassis 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC C2500 Base Crew Cab Pickup 4-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC C2500 High Sierra Cab & Chassis 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC C2500 Sierra Classic Cab & Chassis 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC C3500 High Sierra Cab & Chassis 4-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC G2500 Rally Extended Passenger Van 3-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1986 GMC K3500 High Sierra Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1985 Chevrolet C10 Suburban Custom Sport Utility 4-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1985 Chevrolet C20 Suburban Custom Sport Utility 4-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1985 Chevrolet C30 Custom Crew Cab Pickup 4-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1985 Chevrolet K30 Custom Cab & Chassis 2-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
Mfrlabel:Clutch Kit<... 1985 Chevrolet K30 Custom Crew Cab Pickup 4-Door 6.2L 379Cu. In. V8 DIESEL OHV Naturally Aspirated
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Fetch - have you used one of these kits? Curious if anyone has had an issue replacing the 11 inch clutch with the 12 inch kit.

RockAuto has them also for $144 --- AMS AUTOMOTIVE 04528 12.000" X 1.125" X 10T

EDIT: Just checked your Advance Auto link. Here in north Alabama, they have it for $118!
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Fetch - have you used one of these kits? Curious if anyone has had an issue replacing the 11 inch clutch with the 12 inch kit.

RockAuto has them also for $144 --- AMS AUTOMOTIVE 04528 12.000" X 1.125" X 10T

EDIT: Just checked your Advance Auto link. Here in north Alabama, they have it for $118!
I sure did! All my mishaps are in my build thread. There is ZERO issues using the 12" kit. Runs like a champ. And that is an awesome price!
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fellas, you have to be careful with these "will-fit" cluches! Our GMC engines take a clutch disc that is completely flat on the flywheel side of the disc--no protrusion of the damper hub into the flywheel at all. If these "will-fit" kits are made with a flat disc on the flywheel side--GREAT!!!! If not, they are using the "chevrolet will work" mentality I have come across over the last 25 some odd years. No part of a chevy will fit on GMC V6 specific parts, unfornuately.

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Lewis I experieced the exact situation you are speaking about, luckily I caught it before putting the clutch together, my parts guy send my clutch and pressure plate to a shop and they rebuilt my old cores and they did a excellent
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Quick question: I saw one of these clutch kits the other day, and it looks like it 'might' work. While the disk hub is offset to the rear, away from the flywheel, the hub and springs slightly protrude on the flywheel side. Certainly a lot less than the universal 'Chevy' clutches I have seen in which the hub is centered in the disk. I know going from an 11" to a 12" should not pose any issues.

The clutch I was looking at was a AMS Rhinopac 04-528. Their catalog does show this number as fitting many GMC V-6's.

Has anyone around here actually used one of these new clutches?

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Quick question: I saw one of these clutch kits the other day, and it looks like it 'might' work. While the disk hub is offset to the rear, away from the flywheel, the hub and springs slightly protrude on the flywheel side. Certainly a lot less than the universal 'Chevy' clutches I have seen in which the hub is centered in the disk. I know going from an 11" to a 12" should not pose any issues.

The clutch I was looking at was a AMS Rhinopac 04-528. Their catalog does show this number as fitting many GMC V-6's.

Has anyone around here actually used one of these new clutches?

Yep, the Rhinopac should work too. Open the package before you buy it if you can to make sure the alignment tool is still in there. They fall out pretty easy.

Also on the Rhinopac they have a throwout bearing that has a zerk (sp) fitting on it that you shoot full of grease every once in a while to maintain it.

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Yep, the Rhinopac should work too. Open the package before you buy it if you can to make sure the alignment tool is still in there. They fall out pretty easy.

Also on the Rhinopac they have a throwout bearing that has a zerk (sp) fitting on it that you shoot full of grease every once in a while to maintain it.

Thanks for the reply! I noticed the greaseable throwout bearing, I remember old Internationals had something similar. Great idea.
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