Heavy Duty Truck Clutches
New Clutch Kits
We carry a full line of NEW heavy duty truck clutch kits for all
makes and models this includes foreign trucks as well. We make sure
all clutches are original equipment comparable and are designed
for hard work. They all carry a one year 100,000 mile warranty.
Brand names include Valeo, Lipe, Sachs, Daikin, Luk, Spicer
etc. We can design a clutch to fit your needs.
HR Clutch does all rebuilding of clutches on site. We follow the
same quality and specifications of the original equipment manufacturer
but at considerable cost savings. We can customize a clutch to how
the vehicle is being used or who is operating the vehicle.
We've been in business since 1960, and with our experience in the clutch business we have the knowledge
and expertise to make sure the job is done right. We know the time
that goes into installing a truck clutch and understand that doing
the job twice is not an option.
Clutches come in a variety of styles for heavy
duty applications. There are single disc or double disc clutches
with the materials mentioned below adhered to the surface. There
are push-type as well pull-type styles of clutches. We can explain
what you should have in your vehicle as well as the pros and cons
We have many options for our clutches. Heavier
pressure plates and sometimes even lighter pressure plates along
with upgraded materials such as ceramic
or kevlar will definitely increase clutch
life. Ceramic buttons are the industry
standard with most of the heavy duty trucks on the road today. With
trucks being overloaded and inexperienced drivers ceramic clutches
stand up to to these extreme conditions. Another option is Kevlar
which is not a new material on the market but it is
not widely used, mostly due to the increased cost. However this
material has many advantages. It stands up to extreme conditions
but does not transfer heat generated from clutch engagement to the
other component parts such as the flywheel or pressure plate. Heat
is enemy number one which causes metal surfaces to warp and in turn
causes the clutch to slip and soon after fail.