South Bend Clutch 2005.5-2013 CUMMINS G56 Street dual disc kit - Street dual disc kit - With flywheel & hydraulics View larger

South Bend SDD3250-GK Dual Disc Clutch


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South Bend Clutch Street dual disc kit - With flywheel & hydraulics 

Applications: 2005-2015 Dodge/Ram Cummins G56 

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Dual Disc for 550-750 hp, 1300 ft. lbs. torque
Includes the Hyd-X-.750



Street Dual Disc Clutch- Non SFI Approved


  • Our 13” diaphragm style 3600 lb. Pressure plate offers maximum holding power with easy pedal effort.
  • The ceramic buttons will be facing the center plate. This will increase the holding power as well as increase the temperature capabilities to the intermediate plate.
  • Clutch discs are a dampened free travel design similar to the semi clutch to help reduce gear roll over.
  • Our one of a kind dampened center plate was designed to eliminate rattle when clutch is released.
  • First in the clutch industry! We have developed organic friction in a button form allowing us to create a multi friction, dual disc clutch. The organic will be facing the pressure plate and flywheel for smooth engagement yet still offers superior holding power.

South Bend Clutch heard the call for the organic dual disc clutch but wanted to offer the best in both durability and drive ability. How do they achieve that? In our 50 years of experience we knew that running an all organic dual disc would have it’s problems. The intermediate (center) plate is approximately ½” thick whereas the pressure plate and flywheel castings are three times that. Running two friction surfaces on one thin casting will increase the temperature to that casting. Organic burn point is approximately 550 degrees whereas ceramic can reach 1,100 degrees. The immediate engagement points when the clutch is released for takeoff are the outside points of a dual disc clutch, pressure plate and flywheel. Being that there is only one friction surface running to these two points, and the fact that the pressure plate and flywheel castings are much thicker than the center plate, the temperatures cannot reach that of the center plate. This is why organic will work to the pressure plate and flywheel and not to the center plate.