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Hello all, new to this bulletin board. This is what I got. I have a 1958 Biscayne. Frame on restored with a GM crate HO350 330 HP Delux. Also running a 9" big bearing Ford with custom axles and 3:73 posi gears. Now I am removing the TH350 trans for a wide ratio Muncie M-21 4 speed. Already got the new Hurst Comp shifter and linkage kit for a M21. Ok the question I got is what is the best route as far as a new clutch. Hayes, Centerforce, McLoed stock? This is a 10 spline 11" clutch. What is everyones preferences and why?
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Centerforce clutches are remanufactured and need a 400 to 500 mile break in period.

Hayes is a good brand. All new compnents that come in complete kits. I have a Hayes super brute clutch in my Bronco II and it's great! The pedal is a little bit stiffer, but I don't mind it. Haye's also makes a wide range of flywheels too.

Ram makes clutches for OE replacement as well as racing applications. I don't know much about them though.

Hope this helps a little bit.
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