Per­for­mance fea­ture

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Exedy mar­kets its Truck Tuff range for light, medium and heavy commercial ve­hi­cle clutches de­signed to suit Amer­i­can and Euro­pean ap­pli­ca­tions.

The Truck Tuff range is specif­i­cally de­signed to suit Aus­tralian con­di­tions.

Why Exedy?

High clamp loads to cope with heavy loads. Di­aphragms man­u­fac­tured us­ing chrome vana­dium (50CrV4) steel and in­duc­tion hard­ened fin­ger tips equals re­duc­tion in di­aphragm wear/longer life. Cover press­ing, pres­sure plate cast­ing, and drive straps man­u­fac­tured to OE stan­dards. Non-as­bestos fric­tion ma­te­rial made to OE spec­i­fi­ca­tions equals re­sis­tance to shud­der/burst and ex­tended dura­bil­ity/life. Forged splined hub and heat-treated damper springs equals ex­tended life.

Cheap Im­i­ta­tions on the mar­ket:

Clutch fail­ures will re­flect poorly on your busi­ness and in­con­ve­nience your cus­tomer, if knock-off prod­ucts are pur­chased on­line. On this page we show an im­i­ta­tion disc failed af­ter nine months/85,000km in a 2008 Hino Ranger.

Sim­i­lar knock-offs are float­ing around in the mar­ket, with sub­stan­dard qual­ity and vari­a­tions in ma­te­ri­als and per­for­mance. Im­i­ta­tion knock-offs pro­duce ex­ces­sive wear and tear to the prod­uct, thus re­duc­ing re­li­a­bil­ity.

Exedy rec­om­mends that the prod­ucts be pur­chased via an au­tho­rised dis­trib­u­tor; more in­for­ma­tion can be found at

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