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Clutch Dise

Clutch Dise

A clutch disc is a part of a manual transmission, also known as the friction lining. It is in between the pressure plate and the flywheel, mainly composed of two things – the splined hub and a metal plate where you can find friction linings.
Create the best clutch and flywheel kit for your application Some of these processes include well-known weighing systems, double friction disks and ball-actuated pressure plates, precision billet flywheels, and more. Each application is developed to provide you with a sufficient amount of fixture load, friction, durability and ease of use

What is a Clutch Disc?

A clutch disc is a part of a manual transmission, also known as the friction lining. It is in between the pressure plate and the flywheel, mainly composed of two things – the splined hub and a metal plate where you can find friction linings. The main purpose of it is to help the splines from the center to work or get engaged with the splines on the input shaft. Because of that, the input shaft and disc will turn together, while the disc can still slide back and forth on the shaft.
If you will look closely, you will find small coil springs right between the friction disc and the clutch disc splined hub. These are called the torsion spring or damping spring. When a clutch engagement happens, these torsion springs will absorb the vibrations or the shocks that may possibly be produced. On the other hand, those flat coil springs under the friction lining are called the facing spring or cushioning springs. These are responsible for smooth engagements and to help the lining flex slightly during the initial engagement.
The clutch disc has several protections to ensure that it won’t be damaged under stressful circumstances. The disc lining is made of cotton fibers, copper wires and heat-resistant asbestos.

Passenger Vehicles Clutch Dise

Clutch Kit Packages

Clutch discs, pressure plates, and throwout bearings are often sold in sets together and are priced favorably compared to the cost of buying replacement components separately. Depending on vehicle design and manufacturer recommendations, some kits may also include pilot bearings for the input shaft.
In many cases, manufacturers will only offer these items together as a complete kit because they feel if a clutch disc has reached the point of wearing out, other parts have reached that point as well. If the engineers that designed, built, and tested your vehicle observed these conditions in order to reach that conclusion, their advice is well worth heeding.
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