My question concerns clutches and what the benefit is of one compared to the other.
I been using the full round disk pad type like the Exedy styled clutch. Now there is puck clutches available for the trucks. F1 racing puts 2 out, one puck one not...also the puck is stage 3 and the other basic one is stage one. These puck clutches don't look like they have much of a wear time by the looks of them. The pads look rather thin down to the rivet head to me, according to the images. Are these puck pad ones any better then the OEM type clutches. They say there basically for racing and stuff, but if they last longer and have better friction lock up on the plate this would help with hauling our boat around. I don't want it so strong that there is no give and it breaks something in the trany. :.)
Anyone have any experience with the puck version compared to the round disk version???